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Only one challenge remains in Sony’s First To Greatness PlayStation 4 campaign—to take out Killzone: Shadow Fall lead designer Eric Boltjes, the company announced today.

To help players find Boltjes, who goes by the online handle “Ebolt,” Guerrilla Games community liaison Victor Zuylen revealed that Shadow Fall’s lead designer will be playing Classic Warzone tonight, at 9:00 p.m. Pacific Time (midnight Eastern Time).

According to Sony, “Ending Ebolt” is the last of the 64 First To Greatness challenges, which tasked players to capture footage of a variety of in-game feats across the PS4’s current library of games using the PlayStation 4’s Share functionality. The videos from the first to accomplish each challenge were (and will be, for Ending Ebolt) posted to the First To Greatness official website, and some will be used in remake of Sony’s “Perfect Day” PlayStation TV spot.

The official First To Greatness website, however, lists only 62 of the 64 challenges as completed. In addition to Ending Ebolt, there also remains the “Missile Defense” challenge for Blacklight: Retribution, which requires a player shoot a fired rocket out of the sky (and record the act, of course). It may just be that Sony hasn’t updated the website to reflect this challenge’s completion.

Sony challenges players to take out Killzone: Shadow Fall dev in multiplayer

By | 01/17/2014 02:18 PM PT

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Only one challenge remains in Sony’s First To Greatness PlayStation 4 campaign—to take out Killzone: Shadow Fall lead designer Eric Boltjes, the company announced today.

To help players find Boltjes, who goes by the online handle “Ebolt,” Guerrilla Games community liaison Victor Zuylen revealed that Shadow Fall’s lead designer will be playing Classic Warzone tonight, at 9:00 p.m. Pacific Time (midnight Eastern Time).

According to Sony, “Ending Ebolt” is the last of the 64 First To Greatness challenges, which tasked players to capture footage of a variety of in-game feats across the PS4’s current library of games using the PlayStation 4’s Share functionality. The videos from the first to accomplish each challenge were (and will be, for Ending Ebolt) posted to the First To Greatness official website, and some will be used in remake of Sony’s “Perfect Day” PlayStation TV spot.

The official First To Greatness website, however, lists only 62 of the 64 challenges as completed. In addition to Ending Ebolt, there also remains the “Missile Defense” challenge for Blacklight: Retribution, which requires a player shoot a fired rocket out of the sky (and record the act, of course). It may just be that Sony hasn’t updated the website to reflect this challenge’s completion.

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