Killzone: Mercenary updates bringing free maps, matchmaking tweaks, and Vita TV support
Four updates for the Vita FPS scheduled between now and mid-2014.
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Killzone: Mercenary developer Guerrilla Cambridge has outlined four upcoming updates for the Vita shooter due between now and mid-2014.
The game's third update should launch in the next few weeks, according to senior producer Mark Green, and offers few changes or additions to the game, but will free up 800mb of space on the user's Vita as it reduces the mammoth size of the game's previous patches--update 2 weighed in at 1.2GB.
Following in January 2014 will be update 4, which aims to improve the game's matchmaking, make it easier to connect to games, and automatically rebalance teams in multiplayer.
The fifth update will add offline bot play for the game's Mercenary and Guerrilla Warfare modes, as well and providing two additional multiplayer maps for free.
Support for the Vita TV will also be arriving in 2014 as part of the game's sixth update.
For more information on Killzone: Mercenary, check out GameSpot's review.
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