Two highly anticipated games have leaked onto the Internet over the past few days. The European version of Sony and developer Guerrilla’s first-person shooter Killzone 3 surfaced on the Web during the weekend. The game, which is due out in North America for the PlayStation 3 on February 22, takes up 41.4GB of HDD space, though a smaller version without 3D functionality is also available.
EA is also suffering the effects of having a major title illegally released ahead of time as copies of Crysis 2 have popped up online. The leaked PC version of the game is not the final build of Crysis 2, but an early copy with several bugs. However, the entire campaign is playable despite its lack of a number of in-game elements. EA voiced their disappointment and urged gamers to wait until the official version of the game launches on March 22.