Valentine's Weekend RoundupBy Victor Zuylen on Feb 14, 2014 5:53:22 PM
Today’s Weekend Roundup is all about chocolates, red roses, and little whispered sweet nothings. That’s because today is Valentine’s Day, a magical day when romance is in the air and— THAT’S NOT ROMANCE, THAT’S A MISSILE! EVERYBODY GET DOWN!
Weekend Challenge #5: Torrid Turret Affair
Show your enemies how much you care by having a torrid turret affair. Starting tonight at 23:59 GMT, and running until Sunday night, 0:00 GMT, you must try to make as many turret kills per hour as possible on the Extended Warzone. Please note that you'll need to play for a minimum of two hours (in total, not per session) in order to be eligble for this challenge.
These Warzones were lovingly crafted by our community members for your enjoyment. Savor them with close friends, preferably while playing in a candle-lit room.
- 1 Life 12vs12 TDM by Jack_Beauregard1
- Tactical Becon Theft by khknight
- Pistol Warfare 2 by CARLOSJJ66
Pyrrhus Canyon Downloadable Wallpaper
Check out "Pyrrhus Canyon", a new Killzone Shadow Fall wallpaper portraying one of Helghan’s most romantic travel destinations:
New Patch Next Week, Free Maps Out in March
Expected to drop early next week, patch 1.10 for Killzone Shadow Fall will contain minor stability fixes, support for the upcoming Japanese launch of Killzone Shadow Fall, and support for the free pair of maps releasing in early March. For a preview of the latter, check out the screenshots below:
That's all for this week's Weekend Roundup! Have a bloody Valentine!
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