Sony just sent word that Killzone: Liberation will be hitting the Playstation Portable on Halloween. The PSP sequel to the PS2 shooter, has gotten a major redesign for the portable. This time around the game looks more like an isometric tactical shooter with a third-person view and seems to emphasize the tactical side of things.
The game will feature some neat new features as well including the ability to issue commands to an AI player through a Tactical Command System, an assortment of six-player Ad-Hoc multiplayer modes and support for downloading content from the official website.
Gaming Target reports that shortly after the game launches gamers will be able to download Infrastructure support and two new mulitplayer maps.
This sounds like a game worth checking out. It's good to see Sony totally overhauling a popular franchise instead of just making a straight port for the PSP.
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