Guerrilla shows off Helghast-less Killzone prototype

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 23 August 2010 09:15 GMT


A world without the Helghast? Madness. But it did happen. Proof below.

Guerrilla Games boss Hermen Hulst showed off a never-before-seen pitch trailer for the original Killzone at GDC Europe last week in Cologne, dating back to ten-and-a-half years ago in December 1999.

There is no sign of the eventual game’s infamous orange-glowing enemies; instead, you just see stuff getting blown up.

Get the clip below, via Joystiq.

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