Gamespy ha publicado que Killzone 2 hace uso de las capacidades del bluray y de la consola PS3, lo que nos permite una experiencia deslumbrante.
Tambien han añadido que algunos niveles del juego, pesan 2GB, aunque no han tenido tiempo de sacar conlusiones sobre el juego debido a su limitado tiempo con el.
If it seems like a lot to soak in for a 30 minute demo, it was. Killzone 2 is one of the few next-gen titles that we've gotten a real under-the-hood look at. Frankly, between the size of a level (a whopping 2 gigabytes) and the amount of effects going on at the same time, we feel confident in saying that this title really aims to utilize the capabilities of not only the PlayStation 3 hardware, but also the storage capacity of Blu-ray. We really haven't played enough to have a positive or negative impression of the experience. It didn't crash on us, but we only got to take down a handful of enemies before we had to give up the Sixaxis. Otherwise, we know there are small things, such as the pause between checkpoints, that Guerilla's got time to streamline. Needless to say, we're hoping to get another shot at checking out Killzone 2 at some point before the year ends.