In what could quite possibly be one of the biggest reveals at Sony’s gamescom presser, the publisher has finally revealed the multiplayer component of Guerilla Games’ Killzone: Shadow Fall.
One major thing Guerilla is adding aside from the super sexy graphics are customizable “Warzones.” You can now choose how many players will participate, toggle if friendly fire is on or off and other options.
As a whole, though, the gameplay shown definitely seems like Killzone’s brand of multiplayer down to the “ping” sound when somebody bites the dust.
Will Killzone: Shadow Fall stand a chance against Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty: Ghosts for multiplayer dominance when it launches later this year on November 15? Your guess is as good as mine at this point.