For all you multiplayer lovers out there who missed Killzone 3 , this is for you.
During the latest PlayStation Blogcast , Sony revealed that a free-to-play multiplayer component will be arriving for Guerrilla's stellar shooter.
Basically, it's a standalone version of the game's multiplayer aspect, and it'll include all the game's maps, all available downloadable content, and all game modes, from Guerrilla Warfare to Warzone and everything in between. However, it's not entirely "free" as the no-cost download will only allow you to reach the level of Sergeant 1. For the "full experience," you'll have to fork over $15, which will also entitle you to a one-day double-XP bonus, free unlock points, the chance to create clans, and access to the Botzone Mode.
This standalone multiplayer version will be available next week on the PlayStation Network. Obviously, the single-player campaign – which we still say was the best of any FPS in 2011 – will not be included. This is only for the multiplayer buffs.
Related Game(s): Killzone 3