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Guerrilla Details First Batch Of Free Killzone: Shadow Fall Maps

Posted on Wednesday, January 15 @ 13:16:45 PST by Alex_Osborn

Two new maps are coming to Killzone: Shadow Fall free of charge, Guerrilla Games announced in a post on the PlayStation Blog.

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