Guerrilla Changes Killzone Mercenary’s Release Date, Avoids Competition With Grand Theft Auto 5

Funny tweets and Killzone: Mercenary will stay at 4 versus 4 online multiplayer.

Posted By | On 19th, May. 2013

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Back when Rockstar announced the release date for Grand Theft Auto V for September 17th, which is the same day as Killzone: Mercenary for PlayStation Vita, Guerilla Games tweeted @RockstarGames, “come at me bro.”

Fast forward to present, Guerilla Games confirmed that they’re moving the release date of Killzone: Mercenary a week before Grand Theft Auto V comes out which would be September 10th and another tweet was sent @RockStarGames, “Imma be the bigger man and walk away” Ever since then, the tweet has been deleted.

Meanwhile, Victory Zyluen, Community Editor at Guerrilla Games explain to PlayStation Blog that “when compared to Killzone 2 and 3, “aiming has been tweaked for the PlayStation Vita but it does retain some of its ‘weighty’ feel. We like it that way.”

Victor also confirmed that the developer “currently have no plans to increase the number of players.” He also added that “with the new Contracts mode, single player has excellent replayability,” there’s “LOTS of new guns and gadgets,” and they’re “aiming for a steady 30fps.”

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