“To increase longevity even further, we plan to continue support for the title well after launch – and yes, DLC multiplayer maps will be released free of charge to ensure everyone can play,” the developer stated.
KZSF’s multiplayer boasts an impressive array of customization options, including player count - up to 24, abilities, classes, rules, and weapon types. This open ended system reminds us of GoldenEye64’s generous options; yes, it’s not so common to see this kind of freedom in most FPS of today.
In addition, rather than sticking to the standard XP method of player progression, KZSF offers a challenge system in its stead. The game houses over 1500 challenges to complete and it’s safe to assume more could be added down the line.
More info is slated to hit the blog site in the coming weeks so keep your eyes peeled as we bring you latest.
Killzone: Shadow Fall will release on Nov 15th as a PS4 launch title.