: Sony will next week launch a free-to-play version of hit first-person shooter Killzone 3
via the PlayStation Network, which will feature a large portion of the game's multiplayer.
From February 28, PS3 users will be able to download the free-to-play multiplayer segment of Killzone 3
and play any of the maps available with the full version of the game.
However, this version will come with a level cap, and certain skill trees will be unavailable. Players can then pay $14.99 to unlock the full, uncapped version of the Killzone 3
multiplayer, although this does not come with the single-player campaign.