Guerrilla previously planned on-the-rails Move version of Killzone 2

Wednesday, 9th February 2011 13:07 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Guerrilla’s Tommy de Roos has said that Guerrilla was once planning an on-the-rails shooter version of Killzone 2 featuring Move.

de Roos made the admission in an interview with Ars.

“When we got the initial [Move] prototypes, we had no set plan on how to add motion control to Killzone. Being a first-party Sony studio, we had little experience in that area except for some small experiments with the SixAxis controller,” he said.

“One of the first ideas was to create an on-rails version of Killzone 2. But once we realised how much work that would be, since all encounters would have to be re-scripted, we decided against it.”

Killzone 3, with full Move support from the get-go, releases on February 22 in the US and February 25 in the UK for PS3.



  1. Crysis

    Could have worked, hell you could pawn it off to a smaller dev to make & sell as a PSN game, just keep the stabbing motion for the eye gouges. I like the old arcade light-gun games, no reason they couldn’t resurrect them on the PS3 & Wii, I’ve noticed a few attempts but they look kind of weak.

    #1 4 years ago
  2. back_up

    no need killzone is better than gears
    it will works perfectly with move

    #2 4 years ago

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