With the release of the latest multiplayer trailer showing off some crushing online battles in the world of Killzone: Shadow Fall, the team at Guerrilla Games has additionally announced and detailed the game’s Season Pass which will net you extra content should you choose to invest.
For $19.99/£15.99/€19.99 you’ll be able to get the following collections of content when they become available:
- Online co-op expansion pack: Focusing on team play and intense combat, the online co-op expansion pack adds a new co-operative game mode in which you and up to three online friends must survive against impossible odds. Fight waves upon waves of enemies in four new arena maps, featuring a unique levelling system and new unlocks.
- Three online co-op map packs: Each map pack consists of two brand-new arena maps you can play in co-op mode with your friends. (Please note that these arena maps will only work with the online co-op expansion pack.)
- Two additional multiplayer expansion packs: We’ll reveal more about these additional multiplayer expansion packs when Killzone: Shadow Fall’s launch date nears. Suffice to say they’ll offer many hours of additional multiplayer thrills!
Guerrilla says that you’ll also receive an exclusive skin for your in-game OWL drone, as well as “a unique Multiplayer Spotlight move.”
This announcement is at least a little strange given the excitement surrounding the previous reveal that upcoming multiplayer maps would be released free of charge. These planned maps will become available, but it sounds as though we’ll still need to pay in order to keep up with the community and our friends online.
Here’s that new multiplayer trailer in case you were wondering where it had got off to:
Killzone Shadow Fall – Multiplayer Trailer
Killzone: Shadow Fall has been announced as a launch title for PlayStation 4, which is out on November 15th in North America, November 29th in Europe, December 6th in South Africa and February 22nd in Japan.
Peer through El33tonline’s vast stores of previous and continued coverage of Killzone: Shadow Fall, and read over our hands-on previews of the singleplayer and multiplayer portions of the game to see how it’s shaping up so far.