Director Mathijs de Jonge has responded to comments that Killzone 2 was looking a little too grey, he affirms there's every colour of the rainbow.
With the flood of colour and vibrancy it maintains that core "gritty and realistic look and feel." Early media was from "one level that was still in early production," hence the grey.
"The first images that we released were just from one level that was still in early production, and I can assure you that the final game has a very rich and varied colour palette - and still manages to maintain that gritty and realistic look and feel," de Jonge tells .
"We've managed to push so far in all areas that this game feels like a next generation game," he continued.
"When I go home at night after a long day of work I play other shooters to relax, and although I certainly enjoy playing them, the difference in graphical quality, production values and the experience itself, is striking."
Killzone 2 is being released exclusively on PS3 this February 25th.
Killzone 2 sports "very rich and varied colour palette", not just grey
13 January 2009 | By Simon Priest