Play Video. As we explained in our announcement post last month, Killzone Shadow Fall Intercept is all about team play. Mastering your assigned Combat Role — Assault, Marksman, Medic or Tactician — is vital to your success, as you can probably tell from the trailer. For instance, a Tactician with a well-placed turret will be able to keep the enemy at bay and buy other team members precious time, while an attentive Marksman can spot flanking attempts and randomly spawned Petrusite capacitors for his team. Those Petrusite capacitors, by the way, are your best bet at evening the odds against the Helghast onslaught.
Killzone: Shadow Fall Gets 4-Player Co-Op Mode - IGN
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Killzone: Shadow Fall: Intercept
What's your favorite kind of co-op shooter? The ultra-competitive, team-based thrills of a Battlefield Domination match? The wave-based panic of Gears of War 's Horde mode? Or maybe you're partial to the strategic gore-fest that is a game of Left 4 Dead?
Today marks the release of a self-contained, standalone version of Killzone Shadow Fall Intercept. Play Video. Operating behind enemy lines, your team must relay intercepted military transmissions back to VSA headquarters through a set of captured Uplinks, while defending them from Helghast troops. To keep the enemy at bay long enough to establish a secure connection, you will have to master your assigned Combat Role — Assault, Marksman, Medic or Tactician — and work together as a team. Your AI-controlled Helghast opponents have their own sets of goals and Combat Roles, and will switch up their tactics and angles of attack when they recapture an Uplink.