Guerrilla boss Herman Hulst has said in the latest issue of OPM that Killzone 3’s controls will be “closer to standard run-and-gun responsiveness.”
“I’m confident that when Killzone 3 comes out, we’re going to have a set of controls that will really appreciate the vast majority of audiences,” he told the mag.
The controls from Killzone 2 were heavily criticised for feeling too heavy. Hulst insisted the issue has now “gone”.
“The heavy sensation of KZ2 is absolutely gone,” he said. “Instead, this feels much closer to standard run-and-gun responsiveness.”
As well as the standard DualShock controller, the shooter is also compatible with Move, as confirmed by Hulst last month at E3.
Killzone 3 releases next February for PlayStation 3.