Killzone Mercenary Developer Interview: Close Quarters Mayhem and Other Details

Take on the world and make a killing in Guerrilla Cambridge's next.

Posted By | On 08th, Mar. 2013

A new developer interview for Killzone: Mercenary, being developed by Guerrilla Cambridge, gives us a closer look at some of the brutal kills you can execute in the game. A lot of these close quarters kills are quite visceral and well worth a look.

As a mercenary that completes missions for both the ISA and Helghast, you’ll barrel through nine main missions and take on different challenges for money. This money will then be used to upgrade your equipment and skills, and Guerrilla is promising that we’ll see the largest inventory in the series yet with Mercenary.

There will also be three multiplayer modes, one being the traditional team death-match as teams of four players compete against each other to decide the ultimate victor.

While Killzone: Shadow Fall for the PS4 has taken up a lot of the media attention, Killzone: Mercenary still looks extremely good and will make for a compelling play-through when it releases on September 17th for the PS Vita.


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