Killzone 3 coming in February

Latest installment previewed at E3

Needing to start with a bang after watching rivals Microsoft and Nintendo make huge waves with their conferences, Sony got their E3 presentation off to a terrific start by showcasing the third installment in their award winning Killzone series. The demo consisted of several clips of gameplay footage which showed off the game?s massive environments and intense firefights. The footage also highlighted some of the various actions gamers can look forward to, including piloting a jet pack to navigate rough terrain and manning a mounted gun to clear away swarms of enemies.

Sony also announced that the game will be releasing worldwide on February of 2011 (no exact date was set), and that the game will be fully compatible with the Playstation Move controller at launch. No further details were released but the gameplay footage made it clear that Killzone 3 is shaping up to be yet another potential hit for the PS3. If you want more information on Killzone 3, be sure to check out the July issue of GamePro Magazine.

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