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GamesCom 2013: Even Killzone: Shadow Fall's Multiplayer is Swamped in Colour

Posted by Robert Ramsey

No more browns and greys

Guerrilla Games is certainly trying to introduce colour to first-person shooters. Just like the single player offering, Killzone: Shadow Fall's multiplayer looks like it'll be full to the brim with bright, attractive maps ready and waiting to have the blood of your enemies splattered all over them.

The trailer shows off a few moments of gameplay, but mostly emphasises the options that are available when making your own Warzone. From player count and objectives, to weapons and classes, there will be plenty of settings to tweak to your liking – allowing for the knife versus minigun match up that you've always dreamed about. Will you be diving into the game's multiplayer or single player offering first? Let us know if you want to join our forces in the comments below.

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irken004

#1

irken004 said:

custom warzones are a nice surprise. Maybe they'll use their own servers for hosting?

BornOfEvil

#5

BornOfEvil said:

I love this, I really, really do. Guerrilla seems to be going all out with Shadow Fall and the results look fantastic.

Hopefully they allow up to 64 players at a time, because that would be a dream come true.

MadchesterManc

#6

MadchesterManc said:

How can anyone that likes FPS games not be looking forward to ShadowFall? Aside from Destiny, This is the most interesting shooter so far of the next generation. Its amazing what can be done so far on Ps4 even without Guerilla utilising any of the consoles Asynchronous Compute capabilities

ShogunRokAdmin

#7

ShogunRok said:

@Lelouch 64 players would be mind blowing. I can't see it happening though, as Guerrilla Games seem intent on dropping the player count with every new Killzone release. I wasn't a massive fan of the smaller maps and fewer players in Killzone 3.

BornOfEvil

#8

BornOfEvil said:

@ShogunRok You never know, they could surprise us. The PS4 can easily handle it and Guerrilla seems to really want this Killzone to change everything.

TromboneGamer

#9

TromboneGamer said:

Maybe it was just the way the video was formated, but for some reason I get the feeling that the framerate isn't very consistent. For whatever reason I feel a little paranoid about it when it comes to certain games.

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