A new patch for Killzone: Mercenary is now available to download, updating the game to v1.11. The update is free to download across all regions, and brings full support for the PlayStation TV. The update means the game can now be played on a large TV using a DualShock 3/4 controller and the PlayStation TV.
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.
Killzone fans will be interested to know that the Killzone Mercenary Digital Art Book will be ready to download from PlayStation Store from today, Wednesday 23rd of October, free of charge. The book features the work of the talented artists and designers at Guerrilla Cambridge, revealing their creations, thoughts and inspirations for the game’s iconic characters, locations, weapons and machines.
You’ll need to clear another gigabyte of memory on your PS Vita to install the latest Killzone: Mercenary patch, which updates the game to version v1.02. The patch requires a massive 1190MB of free space to download and install, taking up more precious space on your memory card.
Killzone: Mercenary has received a massive day one patch, updating the game to version v1.01, but only mentioning “stability fixes and performance optimisations”. The patch is 1190 MB in size, increasing the game’s size on the memory card from 3.3 GB to over 4.5 GB, and taking up valuable space.
Sony has revealed that the Killzone Mercenary multiplayer beta will be releasing to PlayStation Plus subscribers this week, with European gamers getting access to the beta from August 21st 2013. The beta will be exclusive to Plus subscribers for one week, before it opens up to the public on August 28th.
Beta footage of upcoming FPS title Killzone: Mercenary has leaked out, recorded directly from the PS Vita in nice 720p HD quality. The closed beta started earlier in August, but a public beta is expected to start in late August. The 22-minute long video shows just how impressive the game look.
If you signed up for the closed beta for Killzone: Mercenary, check your inboxes as invite codes are being sent out with instructions on how to get access. If you weren’t one of the lucky ones to get an invite, don’t worry. Guerrilla Games has confirmed that a Open public beta will start in late August, giving everyone a chance to play the multiplayer component of the game.
A new video of Killzone Mercenary, the upcoming first-person shooter for the PS Vita, has emerged, showing over 25 minutes of gameplay footage. The 720p video is footage recorded directly from the PS Vita, and shows just how impressive the game is looking. The video shows the game’s opening sequence and the entire first level of the game.
Sony has opened up registration for the closed multiplayer beta for Killzone: Mercenary on the PS Vita. Candidates have until 10:00pm BST on 17th July to sign up for gamers’ first look at Mercenary’s impressive multiplayer package, and can do so here. If you are selected for the beta, you’ll get an email giving you further instructions on how to access the game.