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Guerrilla Details First Batch Of Free Killzone: Shadow Fall Maps

Posted on Wednesday, January 15 @ 13:16:45 Eastern 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.

Both maps are inspired by the single-player campaign, so you may be familiar with the locales. The first map is called "The Cruiser," which is made up of "tight, claustrophobic corridors and interconnected compartments." Expect plenty of up close and personal firefights on this one.

The second, dubbed "The Hanger," offers a very different landscape, with wide open spaces that encourage more long-range combat. There's no doubt those skilled with a sniper will take a special liking to the layout.

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