Killzone: Shadow Fall Has Customizable Control Layout

Steven ter Heide also talks a bit about Vekta, the game's setting.

Posted By | On 30th, Jun. 2013

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In a Q&A session with fans, Guerrilla Games director Steven ter Heide talked about how the upcoming PS4 launch title Killzone: Shadow Fall will allow you to change the controls.

“It always takes experimentation and lots of testing to get this right, and we realize that even then it’s probably not the best layout for everyone. So we will provide options to change the layout.

“The new controller feels different in a couple of important areas, and we are taking advantage of the new features and feel. But if, for example, you don’t like to fire using the new outward curved triggers, you can change that.”

They’ve also revealed a bit about the the world of Vekta, and the tensions prevalent. “We’ve put a lot of effort into creating this world — we’ve looked at the people, the infrastructure, the brands, the culture and news reporting that form part of a living and breathing futuristic world…The new, more thoughtful gameplay style will afford you more opportunities to take in the rich history and backstory of its people.”

Killzone: Shadow Fall will be out by the Holiday season.


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