Killzone: Shadow Fall New Screenshots Reveal Spiffy Visuals

The war between the Vektan and Helghast heats up.

Posted By | On 24th, Oct. 2013

Killzone: Shadow Fall has received a few screenshots which showcase various aspects of the game from remote controller drones to various Vekta soldiers and new areas where you’ll be waging combat. Check them out below.

Set three decades after the conflict of Killzone 3, Shadow Fall will see the Helghast being transported to the planet Vekta wherein they engage in a civil war for survival. The game debuted in February during the reveal of the PlayStation 4 and will be a launch title for the console when it releases. Thus far, it’s been impressive enough in the visuals department even if the gameplay isn’t anything phenomenally new. At least it’s capable of displaying up to 24 enemy AIs on screen at once before the frame rate dips.

Killzone: Shadow Fall releases on November 15th in North America and November 29th in Europe. Stay tuned for more details as we arrive ever closer to the launch of the PS4.


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