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Want a beautiful, 1080p, high framerate look at one of the PlayStation 4’s premier launch titles? Then this new video is just the answer.

Now, normally, I’d write a bit of text, and then throw in an embedded YouTube video for the footage in question. This time, however, we’re going to do things a bit different. Because they wanted to preserve the resolution, image quality, and framerate for this footage—YouTube doesn’t play well with framerates above 30fps—Sony and Guerrilla Games have offered up a direct download link to the video, so that you can see it the way it was meant to be seen.

Michiel van der Leeuw, technical director at Guerrilla Games, had this to say about the gameplay you’ll bear witness to if you download the file:

“The video you just saw has been captured from a multiplayer match on ‘The Park,’ which is situated firmly behind enemy lines near the Visari tribute statue.

“As you can probably tell from the footage, Killzone Shadow Fall multiplayer outputs at a native 1080p, rendering uncapped but always targeting 60 FPS. We’re very pleased with how well the game runs, and we can’t wait for you to play it come November 15th.”

Hit the link below to download the file. Please note that you’ll need a media player capable of MPEG4 h.264 playback, and that Sony recommends a media player that supports hardware acceleration in order to properly watch the footage without it being choppy.

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Sony Releases High Quality Video Look at Killzone: Shadow Fall’s Multiplayer

By Mollie L Patterson | 11/4/2013 04:58 PM PT

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Want a beautiful, 1080p, high framerate look at one of the PlayStation 4’s premier launch titles? Then this new video is just the answer.

Now, normally, I’d write a bit of text, and then throw in an embedded YouTube video for the footage in question. This time, however, we’re going to do things a bit different. Because they wanted to preserve the resolution, image quality, and framerate for this footage—YouTube doesn’t play well with framerates above 30fps—Sony and Guerrilla Games have offered up a direct download link to the video, so that you can see it the way it was meant to be seen.

Michiel van der Leeuw, technical director at Guerrilla Games, had this to say about the gameplay you’ll bear witness to if you download the file:

“The video you just saw has been captured from a multiplayer match on ‘The Park,’ which is situated firmly behind enemy lines near the Visari tribute statue.

“As you can probably tell from the footage, Killzone Shadow Fall multiplayer outputs at a native 1080p, rendering uncapped but always targeting 60 FPS. We’re very pleased with how well the game runs, and we can’t wait for you to play it come November 15th.”

Hit the link below to download the file. Please note that you’ll need a media player capable of MPEG4 h.264 playback, and that Sony recommends a media player that supports hardware acceleration in order to properly watch the footage without it being choppy.

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About Mollie L Patterson

view all posts

Mollie got her start in games media via the crazy world of gaming fanzines, and now works at EGM with the goal of covering all of the weird Japanese and niche releases that nobody else on staff cares about. She’s active in the gaming community on a personal level, and an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming, consumer rights, and good UI. Find her on Twitter @mollipen.