Killzone: Shadow Fall has been quietly updated with new multiplayer options.
In an update to the Killzone website published last week, Guerrilla Games unveiled a new addition the shooter’s multiplayer line-up.
Designed to “create chaos”, Shadow Fall’s take on King of the Hill has players scrambling to capture constantly-shifting hot zones, and a number of rules divined from player feedback:
- 16 Player Limit – The community has requested strongly for 16 player battles. The new rules are designed for 16 player Capture & Move with 15 minutes per map.
- Shorter respawn time – In order to make the competition heated, the respawn time is reduced.
- Point limit – The points needed to capture the location have been increased from 100 to 250, making it the gritty uphill battle you’ve always wanted from Killzone.
The new mode is available on all maps – including the free DLC ones – and will feature collectible crates.