Retro Pack Comparison Video

Recently we announced the Retro Pack, a Killzone 3 multiplayer map pack containing reinterpretations of two of the most popular multiplayer maps from Killzone 2. In today’s video, art producer Arjen Bokhoven highlights the changes between the old and new versions of the maps.

When we asked the community what their favorite multiplayer maps from Killzone 2 were, Blood Gracht and Salamun Market were amongst the favorites. Of course, we didn’t want to simply port the maps – instead we updated them, portraying them as they might look after the events of Killzone 3.

In the video, you can see how the new versions of Blood Gracht and Salamun Market compare to the old ones. Arjen touches on the design challenges and gameplay changes for the reinterpretations of the maps, such as the addition of foliage to Blood Gracht and the inclusion of Exoskeletons with Salamun Market.

The Retro Pack will hit the PlayStation Store on Killzone 3’s launch day, but you can get it for free if you pre-order Killzone 3 at participating retailers today!

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