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Post by Dan @ 12:18pm 05/11/13 | 2 Comments
Via a post on the PlayStation Blog, Guerilla Games has released a new video of gameplay from Killzone: Shadow Fall, showcasing the game's technical prowess.

The actual gameplay itself isn't terribly exciting, but unlike the previous multiplayer trailer, it has been served to us as a high bitrate video file in the game's full 1080p resolution, captured at 60 frames per second.
Killzone Shadow Fall has been built from the ground up for PS4, and the response to the gameplay footage so far has been overwhelmingly positive. Unfortunately, there are limitations to streamed video on the internet, and many of the clips and trailers we’ve released thus far aren’t being viewed in the best possible fidelity and framerate.
We've compressed the video down to 720p at 3Mbit in our streaming player below, but retained the smooth 60FPS (click the HD toggle), but if you want to see the game as Guerilla intended, download the 60Mbit, 1080p, 60FPS source video directly from our files library, and be sure to use a player that supports hardware acceleration to render it.

Killzone: Shadow Fall will be available exclusively on PlayStation 4 alongside the console's launch in Australia on November 29 2013.




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Vash
Posted 12:19pm 05/11/13
here's hoping the kb/mouse adapter works for the ps4. no way im gaming FPS with a controller
Eorl
Posted 12:28pm 05/11/13
Yeah that really confirms my hatred for controller FPS games, even though I have this pre-ordered and eagerly awaiting its arrival. The game looks gorgeous, but seeing the player miss those shots because of the sweeping controller mechanics annoyed me greatly.
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