Guerrilla Cambridge, developer of Killzone Mercenary, has just released information about the updates the PS Vita game will receive over the next few months, including patches and multiplayer maps. Four updates have been planned so far, and it’s good to know that the first new update will reduce the size of the previous two patches by 800 MB – both patches were very large to begin with.
The four patches are detailed as follows:
Update Three –This patch will reduce the space other patches take up, including reducing the combined size of the first two updates the game received by 800MB. Release is expected over the next few weeks.
Update Four – This patch will address connectivity problems when trying to join multiplayer games, and will also improve matching. A team rebalancing feature will also be introduced. No release date has been set.
Update Five – This update will give players access to two more multiplayer maps free of charge. Offline bot zones will also be released for the Guerrilla Warfare and Mercenary modes. No release date has been set.
Update Six – Oddly enough, this update will add support for the PS Vita TV, which is unconfirmed for a Western release. Hopefully this means it will come to the West and Guerrilla are pre-emptively patching the game. It’s also strange that this update was mentioned on the US and European PlayStation Blogs.