If you’re an avid Killzone 3 player, you would have noticed many glitches after PSN came back online. Things like Operations mode in Frozen Dam being cut short to 2.5 minutes, Warzone having certain issues and DLC leadership problems in custom games, just to name a few. But all is now fixed as Guerrilla Games has sent live its biggest, most detailed Killzone 3 patch yet.
Get the full thing below the break.
Just turned on my PS3 ready to delve into some KZ3 MP action, only to be greeted with the latest update for the game. It’s a patch Guerrilla Games promised would happen this week, and they’ve fulfilled that oath.
Guerrilla Games are getting ready to send live yet another Killzone 3 patch, and the developer’s detailed what it will fix once it goes live next week.
We reported on this what seems like ages ago, but the internet’s now catching up. Killzone 3 patch 1.07 happens tomorrow.
Details below the break.
The war between the ISA and the Helghast has been raging on for many years, but never before have we known how the current nasty situation came about. Until now.
Last night, myself and one of Games Thirst avid users, afrotravis, got online and into some Killzone 3 MP action, and boy did we have a blast! We took on Operations mode and blasted the lies of out some Helghasts, and when we spawned as Helghast, we choked lead into the ISA scum.
For me, it was a precursor of what will happen tonight, as the entire Games Thirst family, those who own PS3 and have bought Killzone 3, get online and do damage. It will be awesome action so make sure to join us. Also, there’s a chance to win a Killzone 3 Limited Helghast Edition in Guerrilla Games March KZ3 sweepstakes just for playing this weekend. Make sure to get with it!
Details past the jump.
‘Don’t read into the hype‘, some say, ‘Killzone 3 is just like any other shooter on the market‘. ‘You run and you gun, but that’s about it‘.
Such lies. If there ever was a lie detector test going around testing journalists on the truth about Killzone 3, many would fail miserably.
See, some can’t get around the fact that it’s not Call of Duty or Halo, or Battlefield. Some just don’t want to see the game excel, while others, well, they have their reasons, as far fetched as they might be. But I’m here to set the record straight today, as I’ve been playing KZ3′s multiplayer for quite some time, and have beaten the single player more than once.
I would pay to see this article on the front page of many an aggregate site, because I think too many PS3 owners are missing out on some of the best online gaming available exclusively for them. My friends, Killzone 3 is the best fun you’ll have in a shooter on any platform, and below the break, I back up all this smoke with some blazing fire.
Last week Guerrilla Games released Killzone 3 patch 1.06 that was supposed to fix many an issue plaguing some gamers, and according to them, it did. But some problems still persists. Problems like scores not being processed correctly, which Guerrilla said was caused by another bug that patch 1.06 missed.
Now, the developer’s saying that it’s find “something in the back end that (if all conditions were met) did not process scores properly for Guerrilla Warfare matches”, and are planning on taking down the game’s servers “early” next week, with all regions being simultaneously affected.
We’re at it again, guys. Killzone 3′s multiplayer is the place we all will meet up once more. Killing ISA never felt better.
So this to me, is the most pathetic news I’ve ever heard coming from Guerrilla Games.
In an industry that is overrun by first person shooters, all of which are trying hard to create their own personal space in the market, or like many would say, grab ‘piece of the pie’, the shooter being developed must be topnotch in order to standout. One cannot simply embark on a mission to develop a fps similar to the COD franchise and expect to get stellar results. You Must be different. Gladly, the Killzone franchise from the start, has managed to set itself apart from the rest by not only giving you a totally different feel and environment, but the franchise is also the best in its class when it comes to visuals, groundbreaking sound and masterful set pieces. It’s a tradition that really came into its own when Killzone 2 was released, and if you’ve yet to pick up Killzone 3 your next stop should be the closest GameStop, because Guerrilla Games not only continued the tradition of excellence with the third installment, they’ve completely outdone themselves.
It’s here. There’s not another first person shooter on the market right now that’s near Killzone 3. And I mean that in every sense of the word. I’m in it now. It’s sick.
Sony’s released a spanking hot launch trailer for it, meshing all different parts of the game into one destructive masterpiece. It’s below the break.