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Latest revision as of 08:58, 13 January 2019

This article describes glitches in Killzone, a game outside the Pokémon franchise. See Non-Pokémon glitches for a list of non-Pokémon glitch articles.

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Killzone
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Wikipedia link Killzone
Developer(s) Guerrilla Games
Publisher(s) Sony Computer Entertainment
Platform(s) PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3 (as Killzone HD: Trilogy)
Release date(s) US Date Released November 2, 2004
Europe Date Released November 2, 2004
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Killzone is a squad-based, first-person shooter for the PlayStation 2. Set in the 24th century during a period of planetary colonization, Killzone captures the intense reality of warfare between the Interplanetary Strategic Alliance and a militaristic separatist faction called the Helghan Empire.

Featuring four playable characters each one will alter the way the player goes through the mission level. Killzone provides several gameplay modes including single-player, multiplayer (team based and competitive) and online play for up to 16 players. Players can equip themselves with an armory of more than 27 different weapons inspired from today's modern weaponry. In particular, there are 21 first-person weapons that the player can carry, five emplaced weapons, and hand grenades. More than 11 intricately detailed environments showcase the harsh setting of a war-ridden planet, coupled with a unique graphical style designed to capture the grit and realism of intense military engagements.


Shotgun recharging glitch

In the multiplayer mode, you can pass the limit of ammunition if you recharge continually. The animation of our soldier will recharge until we stop by pressing the shoot button.

Main Menu without music

This glitch is about how take out the music in the main menu in Killzone. This glitch could might appear easy, but it's very difficult. When you go to choose profile, the music change to other. Now you have to go back. If you did it well, the music will be muted. This glitch is only a curiosity and don't have serious problems in the game.

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