Killzone 3 isn't out until February 22, but that hasn't stopped Guerrilla Games from announcing its first set of downloadable content -- a Retro Map Pack.
The Retro Map Pack consists of two Killzone 2 maps that have been updated and refined for their appearance in Killzone 3. The maps in question are Salamun Market and Blood Gracht. Presumably, it will launch on PlayStation Network day-and-date with the game.
We already knew that a Retro Map Pack was being given away with pre-orders and the Helghast Edition, so it stood to reason that Guerrilla would release it for purchase as well. Still, one can't help but feel that day-one DLC is always a bit cheeky, especially if you've just spent $59.99.
Cheekiness aside, Killzone 3 is a pretty cool guy, and you can check out our hot review later today!
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