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Killzone 3 getting 'From the Ashes' DLC June 21


8:00 AM on 06.18.2011
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If you're still playing Killzone 3 and waiting for something fresh, then let it be known that Guerrilla will be launching a new map pack, From the Ashes, next week. It contains four maps -- two for Guerrilla Warfare, two for Warzone.

The PlayStation Blog shows off two of the maps, Lente Missile Base and Mobile Factory, designed for 24 and 16 players respectively. These maps will join two others for the price of $4.99 on June 21. It's better than $15 map packs, that's for damn sure.

If you've not bought any of the DLC, however, then Guerrilla has a pretty sweet deal running. Next week it'll also offer all three map packs -- Retro, Steel Rain and From The Ashes -- together for $9.99. That's turbo better than $15 map packs.








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