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Killzone 3: Sneak peek trailers of new ‘From the Ashes’ DLC

It’s been a couple of months now since Killzone fans have been treated to some new downloadable content for the hugely popular Killzone 3 game, so they may be pleased to know that a third DLC pack entitled ‘From the Ashes’ is heading to the PlayStation Store next week.

What’s even more exciting is the fact that the developer Guerilla Games has just released sneak peek trailers for the upcoming ‘From the Ashes’ DLC. As Aryeh Loeb — producer at Guerilla Games — noted over on, the pack contains a total of four new maps.

This includes two Warzone maps and two Guerilla Warfare maps. However, the developer has only released preview trailers — which can be viewed below this post — of two of the upcoming multiplayer maps. The first video gives us a sneak peek at the Lente Missile Base map.

Lente Missile Base is a Warzone map that takes place inside an abandoned missile base located at the edge of the Kaznan Jungle, and supports up to 24 players. Meanwhile, the second video gives us a glimpse at Mobile Factory, a Guerilla Warfare map for up to 16 players.

The ‘From the Ashes’ DLC pack is priced up at £3.99 / €4.99, and will be available to purchase as from June 22nd. Guerilla Games will also be releasing a DLC Bundle Pack, which bundles together all three DLC packs including Retro, Steel Rain and From the Ashes. This can be yours for £7.99 / €9.99.

Will you be downloading the new Killzone 3 From the Ashes DLC pack?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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