5 ways Killzone 3’s multiplayer is already better than Killzone 2

The beta comes with a raft of improvements – these are our favorites so far

By now, a lot of you have probably had a chance to download last week's Killzone 3 beta and play it extensively %26ndash; although a lot more of you haven%26rsquo;t, seeing as the beta%26rsquo;s only been made available to a relative handful of PS3 owners. If you%26rsquo;re missing out, then you might not already know that the PS3-exclusive shooter%26rsquo;s multiplayer %26ndash; at least as represented in the beta %26ndash; is a big improvement over Killzone 2%26rsquo;s relatively more straightforward run-and-gun. There%26rsquo;s a lot more going on and a lot more opportunities for fun in the beta%26rsquo;s three available levels, but here%26rsquo;s what stood out to us the most after a few hours of play.






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