Killzone: Shadow Fall

Global Total as of 07th Oct 2017 (units): 3.02m
Platform: PlayStation 4
Developer: Guerrilla Games Genre: Shooter

Total Units

North America: 0.89m 29.6%
+ Europe: 1.58m 52.3%
+ Japan: 0.08m 2.5%
+ Rest of the World: 0.47m 15.6%
= Global 3.02m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Killzone: Shadow Fall Sony Computer EntertainmentNorth America15th November 2013Retail
Killzone: Shadow Fall Sony Computer EntertainmentEurope29th November 2013Retail
Killzone: Shadow Fall Sony Computer EntertainmentJapan22nd February 2014Retail

Game Overview

Killzone: Shadow Fall is a first-person shooter that is developed by Guerrilla Games, exclusively for the Playstation 4. It is the sxith entry in the Killzone series and set to launch with the Playstation 4 on November 15, 2013 in North America. It will also launch with the system on November 29, 2013 in Europe and February 22, 2014 in Japan.

The game takes place 30 years after the events of Killzone 3. Set in an era of interplanetary colonization, it focuses on the conflict between the Vektans and the Helghast, two rival colonist factions inhabiting a distant planet. For three decades, both factions have lived side by side, separated by an enormous security wall - but now their cold war is about to go hot.

Comments

WagnerPaiva (on 14 April 2017)
Not bad, but Killzone 2 multiplayer was
legendary
xboxonefan (on 16 March 2017)
horzion zero dawn has passed this now
according to sony
Mentore (on 26 January 2017)
Bloodborne has probably outsold this
game by now.
Mr Puggsly (on 24 February 2016)
Just completed this game. Now this is a
game that oozes with potential but is
somehow an overall mediocre game. I like
that some levels have exploration and
sometimes allow for different play
styles. Its refreshing compared to some
linear gallery shooters. But after about
four levels, the games gets bad. Lots of
trial and error along with repetitive
objectives. There are also numerous
areas with waves of enemies just to pad
out the length. People mock CoD games
for being short, but this is an why
short games aren't inherently
bad.

This game goes from from being
genuinely enjoyable for a few levels to
a slog. I now understand the negative
reception this game received. It gave me
a an appreciation for PS3 Killzone
games, those now seem great in
comparison.
asqarkabab (on 11 July 2015)
Good but not as good as kz2 and 3
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