Killzone 3: 4-Player Co-Op Confirmed

14. July, 2010 PS3, PSN 4 comments

Confirmed by this week’s FirstPlay — (Qore Equivalent for the European PSN) — is features a Killzone 3 preview, much like the most recent July Episode of Qore. Although, the preview doesn’t reveal any new footage of the game it does confirm something many fans of the franchise have been waiting for: Co-Op support!

The inclusion of a co-op mode has been rumored before, but the preview now says us that despite lack of  multiplayer  information release “we do know that Guerrilla is working on a special objective-based 4-man co-op mode to go with the standard 2-player stuff.”

That sounds like confirmation to us! If you have no idea what objective based 4 man co-op is, check out Battlefield: Bad Company 2’s Onslaught mode, which should at least give you an idea.

Well, well, well, isnt Killzone 3 shaping up to be something pretty big! What do you guys think?

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  1. rico_fiasco

    7 / 14 / 2010 12:18 pm

    GOOD SHIT!!!!!

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  2. Christendom

    7 / 14 / 2010 2:17 pm

    Four player Co-Op in Killzone 3 sounds like the Megaton bomb!

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    7 / 15 / 2010 8:23 am

    i really hope this doesn’t turn out like resistance 2, i mean there should be something in these objective based missions that is worth doing and its not just shotting like crazy on every point. like less repetitiveness.

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  4. 7 / 15 / 2010 10:26 am

    This is great news! DLB has a point about the PS3. There’s very few Co-op games. Now, the best looking shooter on the market is going to support it. Great job, Guerilla Games. You’ve listened to your fans. We’re getting Co-op as well as snappier controls that will help this game sell well now. Plus, we get the best graphics and a whole new dimension to play in (3D).

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