Dutch newspaper de Volksrant
brings word of PlayStation 3's reclusive shooter Killzone
, in an article titled, "A video game more expensive than the most expensive film." Guerrilla Games has allegedly hired some 120 developers to complete the project, which made its dubious debut at E3 2005 and promptly disappeared
from the public eye.
According to de Volksrant
, the next-gen Killzone
sequel will cost more than Black Book
), Paul Verhoeven's World War II thriller and the most expensive film in Dutch history (totaling roughly $21 million). Killzone
director Arjan Brussee would not quote a specific figure, but did confirm that the bill would exceed Black Book's
budget; driven in part by large-scale localization, which will see Killzone
translated into 20 different languages.
Brussee also hinted at the possibility of downloadable episodic content, telling de Volksrant
, "The Killzone
that is in stores is only the beginning." Indeed, the article suggests that additional "chapters" will be added after the game's initial release. *Sniff, sniff* Smell that? Halo-killer? Nah, couldn't be...