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Wednesday, 27 June 2007 17:54

Killzone 2 on E3?

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Mysterious invitation

 

Sony sent an interesting invitation for selected press members, hinting at a new Killzone show at this years E3.

The front of the invite features a soldier from the Killzone theme, and on the back, time, date and location during E3. And it will last for two and a half hours. Looks like Sony has a lot to show about Killzone.

It sure got everyone's attention, but we'll just have to wait for E3. You can check out the front of the invite over at Kotaku


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