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Killzone 3 Beta Codes Giveaway

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Currently there are over 40 million PlayStation 3s scattered around the world and yet, only 20,000 or so beta codes for Killzone 3 have seen the light of day. That makes your overall odds of receiving one pretty slim, doesn’t it? Thankfully, with PlayStation University, you can vastly improve those odds today as we have a good chunk of codes to give away.

In case you’re curious as to what you’re missing right now — feel free to checkout all of these new Killzone 3 beta videos and screenshots.

In order to get you into the beta as fast as possible, we’ve decided to run this giveaway until 12 AM tonight, PST. So, this will last for roughly 14 hours and then the codes will be given out to those who entered and won. As always, entering one of our code giveaways is simple and easy to the point where any gamer can do it!

Simply fill out the comment section below while utilizing a valid email address and leave a comment letting us know why you want a Killzone 3 Beta code. At the end of the day, we’ll choose our winners and send out Beta Codes via email by 2 AM PST. That means, by the time you wake up tomorrow morning, you’ll be ready to start downloading!

Good luck and enter below!

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Comments (948)

  • Lethalbizz

    can’t honestly say why I love Killzone 3, because I haven’t played it yet. Despite this, I can say why I think I will love Killzone 3.

    I’m someone who doesn’t tend to pre-order games. In fact, I’ve only ever pre-ordered two games in my entire life – LittleBigPlanet and Killzone 2. To me, something has to be truly special, offering something that is completely beyond anything done before it, and I saw that in both Killzone 2 (graphically, control-wise and with its Warzone multiplayer modes) and LittleBigPlanet. The fact that I did choose to pre-order Killzone 2, considering my approach is a testament to my faith in the series.

    Although my copy was late on arrival, I truly adored the game. I’m not a trophy-hoarder, and I don’t typically play through something more than once and yet I chose to complete to complete Killzone 2 on Elite straight after my first playthrough. Again, the fact that I made an exception to Killzone 2 shows how truly incredible I think it is. The story is imersive, engaging and, perhaps most significantly, thrilling and unique in both its characters and setting. These are all things that I believe Killzone 3 will embrace and once again build upon, creating experiences that are not only fresh and unique to the series, but inovative even for the genre as a whole.

    I think the same can be said for the multiplayer component of the game. Killzone 2 isn’t given enough credit for its originality in this field, and far too often people focus on the graphics, claiming it to be uninspired in other areas. I completely disagree with this – the Warzone gamemode was an incredible idea and really helped to feel like you were actually, as the name suggested, in a warzone. I love the fact that they’ve noticed the way that so often players have chosen to extend battles to the maximum time, and have incorporated this into their 24-hour Guerilla warfare battles. Whilst I don’t fully understand what it is, the ‘Operations’ game mode is perhaps the most intriguing – enabling the battles to feel more imersive than ever before, with an almost story-driven component.

    Additionally, the class system is another thing that people simply forget when comparing it with other games. It really helps to create a more dynamic, realistic battle with people needing to work as a team in order to succeed. From what I understand, Killzone 3 builds upon this by creating a more streamlined system that allows people to customise their characters further. Whilst I say Killzone 3 is doing some things new, its the way that they’ll utilise other successful mechanics that most people will probably appreciate.

    The new point-system, which rewards you for completing killstreaks and multiple kills looks to be extremely rewarding, and help keep you playing to try and obtain one possible. On top of this, the reward system is what will keep me playing for the longest time I believe. I said I’m not a trophy-hoarder, but the medals in games like Uncharted 2, and of course ribbons and unlockables in Killzone 2 are really what keep me gripped with a game.

    It’s almost as if Guerilla Games have read my mind when designing the multiplayer – taking everything that was amazing from the previous title, and adding everything that’s great from other games to create a beautiful concuction of violent, and yet so satisfying warfare. Even if I don’t get into the beta, I appreciate this opportunity to express my feelings. People who haven’t experienced Killzone 2 seriously need to, and those sitting on the fence about Killzone 3, know this – Killzone 2 was the shooter of the year, Killzone 3 is looking to be the shooter of the decade.

  • donald

    i would like the killzone 3 beta because i rocked out on killzone 2 on ps3.playing till 3 in the morning everynight.i used to kindve force my girlfriend to go to sleep early so i could play with out any distraction.its an awesome game and im pretty sure this one will be hot too.thanks..godwon48@yahoo.com

  • Cobras

    I’ve been a huge fan of killzone since day one. I’ve been waiting for this franchise to reach its full potential and I think 3 really has a chance to do so. I would like to participate in this beta so that I could provide honest feedback to the devs on how to exceed expectations for the game. Thx.

  • vampire_slayer

    dude please send me a killzone 3 beta code,and i”ll fix u up on a date with my sister.
    she”s always game.so if u want a sure thing dude,u know what to do!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    thx

  • Horácio F.

    I want to try the new killzone 3 beta, simply because i am big fan of the series and at the moment i have no games to play lol.

  • peacewalker25

    please can i please please please have a beta code i lovvvvvveeeeeeeeeeeeeee killzone 2 and i cant wait to get ma codey hands on 3 so can i please have

  • gawr0n

    i got a tatto thats lock like vassari face :)

  • gawr0n

    sorry for bad lang

  • zDaBesT

    I can’t honestly say why I love Killzone 3, because I haven’t played it yet. Despite this, I can say why I think I will love Killzone 3. I’m someone who doesn’t tend to pre-order games. In fact, I’ve only ever pre-ordered two games in my entire life – LittleBigPlanet and Killzone 2. To me, something has to be truly special, offering something that is completely beyond anything done before it, and I saw that in both Killzone 2 (graphically, control-wise and with its Warzone multiplayer modes) and LittleBigPlanet. The fact that I did choose to pre-order Killzone 2, considering my approach is a testament to my faith in the series.Although my copy was late on arrival, I truly adored the game. I’m not a trophy-hoarder, and I don’t typically play through something more than once and yet I chose to complete to complete Killzone 2 on Elite straight after my first playthrough. Again, the fact that I made an exception to Killzone 2 shows how truly incredible I think it is. The story is imersive, engaging and, perhaps most significantly, thrilling and unique in both its characters and setting. These are all things that I believe Killzone 3 will embrace and once again build upon, creating experiences that are not only fresh and unique to the series, but inovative even for the genre as a whole.I think the same can be said for the multiplayer component of the game. Killzone 2 isn’t given enough credit for its originality in this field, and far too often people focus on the graphics, claiming it to be uninspired in other areas. I completely disagree with this – the Warzone gamemode was an incredible idea and really helped to feel like you were actually, as the name suggested, in a warzone. I love the fact that they’ve noticed the way that so often players have chosen to extend battles to the maximum time, and have incorporated this into their 24-hour Guerilla warfare battles. Whilst I don’t fully understand what it is, the ‘Operations’ game mode is perhaps the most intriguing – enabling the battles to feel more imersive than ever before, with an almost story-driven component.Additionally, the class system is another thing that people simply forget when comparing it with other games. It really helps to create a more dynamic, realistic battle with people needing to work as a team in order to succeed. From what I understand, Killzone 3 builds upon this by creating a more streamlined system that allows people to customise their characters further. Whilst I say Killzone 3 is doing some things new, its the way that they’ll utilise other successful mechanics that most people will probably appreciate. The new point-system, which rewards you for completing killstreaks and multiple kills looks to be extremely rewarding, and help keep you playing to try and obtain one possible. On top of this, the reward system is what will keep me playing for the longest time I believe. I said I’m not a trophy-hoarder, but the medals in games like Uncharted 2, and of course ribbons and unlockables in Killzone 2 are really what keep me gripped with a game. It’s almost as if Guerilla Games have read my mind when designing the multiplayer – taking everything that was amazing from the previous title, and adding everything that’s great from other games to create a beautiful concuction of violent, and yet so satisfying warfare. Even if I don’t get into the beta, I appreciate this opportunity to express my feelings. People who haven’t experienced Killzone 2 seriously need to, and those sitting on the fence about Killzone 3, know this – Killzone 2 was the shooter of the year, Killzone 3 is looking to be the shooter of the decade

  • slim425

    can i please get a beta code i got 25 platinums on ps3 trophy achievements. just trying to see what all the hypes about like everyone else

  • Metal408

    I need to be in this beta! Im bringing the party to Helghan! WOOOOOOOOOO!

  • Troy

    Hello I need to play Killzone 3 please. I own the first two and im a huge fan check out my trophies Crazy_Wolf check me out

    Thank you

  • Jarrad Arbuckle

    I have been along time fan of Killzone and actually in the process of making my Helghast costume as Im typing this. if I get a code it would be an amazing Halloween treat!

  • soccer_kid_6

    I have multiple reasons why i want killzone 3 beta. First I am a hardcore killzone series fan. I got 1 and 2 on the release day. Second I hate how a bunch of my friends are playing the killzone 3 beta and rubbing it in my face. Thirdly I have spent days now in front of my computer in races to get the beta code but have failed until now, that is how much I care and I will sure make good use of this beta by giving my opinion on to the killzone 3 beta forums because I want this game to be as good as it can be.

  • peste19

    Well the reason I want killzone 3 beta is because the killzone series has been amazing. From what I have seen the third one looks even better and I want to try it so badly right now. I have no good games to play right now so i really want this beta

    thank you

  • J0hn89

    I been a big fan for the first killzone 1 and I never got chance to play killzone 2 exept for the demo because non of my firends never play killzone 2. If I have the beta for killzone 3 then maybe my firends will get their but off of CODMW2 and into killzone 3.

  • Cellpowered

    I WANT A CODE BECAUSE I LOVE KILLZONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thats why

  • gdd23

    I WANT A CODEEEEEEEE PLZ …….

  • pap1to

    BECAUSE I HATE CALL OF DUTY AND HALO AND LOVEEEE KILLZONE AND PS3 :)

  • KeROSeNE

    Hey I’m a huge fan of Killzone series and I still play Killzone 2 ever since I got it last X-Mas. I’m a full year plus member and I’m personal friends of famous montage makers like WetBingoBango and Braderz on youtube, If you look on there friends list my account is Phased Pixel and my PSN ID is KeROs3NE_-J-_. So if you think I’m worthy I would like a code plz and thx for your time.

  • KeROSeNE

    I also just FINALLY Pre-Ordered the Killzone 3 Collector’s Edition today at 5:46 PM YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!! PS Forgot to say that. :) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Kevin

    I would love t play the Killzone 3 beta because i am a huge fan of the series I LOVED the second one and would enjoy playing the thrid’s beta,Please Please give me a code..

  • michael

    plaese give me a beta code, i’m french sorry for my english….

  • XionV

    Wish the Playstation Rls site had beta keys for us. I loved the multiplayer in KZ2 way more than MW2. Play early or not this is a definite day one purchase for me..

  • Ali

    I would like to get in to the beta because my birth day is november 14 1993 and i can’t decide to get Black ops or to get this for my birthday.

  • Shawn

    I would really like the Killzone 3 Beta code because I never really got a chance to play a Killzone game and many people recommended it to me but I never had enough money to buy one. I keep hearing that this might be the best one so I need to try this one.

  • mike

    I should get in the beta because i am a huge killzone fan. i have platinumed kz2 and purchased all the dlc for it. Killzone equals greatest fps ever.

  • malik

    i want the killzone 3 beta because i loveed killzone 2. like how it was diferent from call of duty and was breth of fresh air. i like how the characters were slow and sniping was more like sniping in real life than in MW2 where everyone would around instead of being stationary. it also was harder to play and required a little bit more skill. i want to relive this again in the kz3 beta so i hope i can get this beta.

  • John Fukuru

    I love Killzone 3 because Guerrilla Games has expanded on everything that made Killzone 2 phenomenal. Because of the amazing, award-winning game Killzone 2 was, I know that I will love Killzone 3.

    Killzone 2 has an amazing, cinematic single-player campaign, as well as an excellent, addictive multiplayer experience. Killzone 2 is the most intense game on the Playstation 3. This gritty first-person shooter perfected hit-detection, graphical realism, and intensity of war.

    The single-player experience by itself could be another game. The variety of missions, levels, and locations make playing fun and exciting. One minute you are running through a desert wasteland looking for Petrusite, the next you are reigning terror on ground forces from the seat of a powerful yet agile Mech.

    I love vehicles in games and Killzone 2 had a plethora in singleplayer and Killzone 3 has them in multiplayer. I can’t wait to play the beta! Speaking about online, the multiplayer experience of Killzone 2 was so addictive and rewarding, it is the only game that I still play two years later.

    Another ground-breaking and revolutionary quality of Killzone 2 is its remarkable death animations, as well as its unparalleled graphics. In addition, the weight of the controls makes shooting extremely satisfying. All of these excellent features make Killzone 2 my greatest game of all time. Guerrilla Games had taken the FPS genre to new heights with Killzone 2.

    I know that Killzone 3 will be amazing from what has been shown. There are no pre-renders, no elaborate unplayable cut-scenes and no false promises; Killzone 3′s reveal is pure and simple – an extended hands-on with the fourth level of a game that we’re thrilled to report is full of awesome. In a cinema a few hundred yards from Guerrilla’s studio in an Amsterdam that is, thanks to an ongoing strike from the city’s refuse services, looking as grimy and hostile as the surface of Helghan itself, we’re given the first look at a game that’s going to get PS3 owners frothing all over again.

    Hermen Hulst, the managing director of Guerrilla, made an interesting admission at the beginning of his Killzone 3 demo. He said that shortly after completing the previous instalment in the shooter series, the studio got to see two other titles from Sony’s stable – Uncharted 2 and God of War 3. “We were proud of our game, but we realised we had to step it up.” And at E3, we’re getting a first glimpse at the results.

    Set immediately after the events of Killzone 2, The Helghast leader emperor Visari is dead, but this has only opened up an almighty power struggle between his ambitious generals. Now there is corruption and confrontation everywhere, and the ISA troops find themselves fighting for survival in the immediate aftermath of their decidedly pyrrhic victory. What they’ll face is a revitalised Helghast force, with new tech and new weapons. And this coming asymmetric war will apparently take place amid massive new areas of the Helghan homeworld from jungles to frozen wastelands. According to Hulst, levels are ten times larger in this game, than they were in the last.

    The demo we see is a huge chunk of level four, where players are beginning to encounter a range of new Helghast technology. It’s a massive industrial base, in an arctic hellhole, littered with derelict oilrigs and hulking cranes bunched together amid the swirling skies. The look is typical Killzone: cold, rusted, inhospitable, mechanical. And the action – which kicks off as soon as we’re in – is familiar too. Machine gun fire rips by the player as he takes out first an enemy emplacement and then a Helghast aircraft with well-aimed grenades. The chopper swirls uselessly in the air, then explodes into a building – a special effects sequence that would have Michael Bay leering in admiration.

    From here, what Guerrilla is promising is a more open design structure, the larger levels allowing for multiple routes through the environment, with plenty of set-piece choke points on the way. Although the visual style is extremely familiar (the industrial look, and the muted cold colours, are hugely reminiscent of the Killzone 2 environs), the detail and interaction with environments seems to have been increased. At one point, we’re attacking a Helghast rig in armoured aircraft, strafing the decks with mini-gun fore that brings gargantuan pipe system crashing to the icy ground.

    But alongside these epic moments of long distance warfare, Killzone 3 is also bringing in a new emphasis on close quarters fighting. The team has introduced a self-explanatory new mechanic, named ‘the brutal melee system’, which allows players to punch and kick Helghast enemies to the ground, or smash them with a rifle butt. When they’re down, it’s another rifle jab to the face,. This is a highly physical reflection of the game’s chunky, brutish weapon handling and looks to fit perfectly into the pitiless Killzone universe.

    I got a quick hands-on with the game, taking a few bloody strides into level four. Kicking off, I was in a gunship, blasting that rig apart and watching the Helghast troops run for cover. On the ground, things are as they have always been; it’s about deadly firefights, picking your way through cover and being absolutely accurate every time you chance your head above cover. This is furious, relentless hardcore FPS action, with beautifully tuned weapon feedback. I also got to see a couple of Helghast jet pack troopers, who wear huge flying suits with broad wings, like metallic harpies, blasting you from above. (Apparently, players get a chance to pilot these bad boys at some point.)

    Playing in 3D is an interesting experience. All the stuff we’re told about the technology, that it helps players to judge depth, and to pick out targets, has an element of truth to it. When standing on a ridge at one point, looking out over a Helghast base, I could pick out the merest pixels of solders, lurking amid metal crates and other military detritus. Oh and the blood effects when you’re hit are fantastically gruesome, appearing to smear semi-transparently across your vision; you almost want to wipe the stuff off your 3D lenses.

    As for multiplayer Hulst promises new game modes and a more accessible matchmaking system making it easier for payers to find and play against their friends.

    Judging from our very small sampler, there’s little so far to convert ardent non-fans. It would have been great to see an environment totally at odds with the Killzone 2 experience, and it’s certainly what we’re being promised – indeed, Hulst says the finale of the game is going to take us way out into space, a fascinating proposition. But regardless of scenery, Killzone 3 already has a solidity, a grasp on modern graphical effects and a rampant pleasure in destruction that’s undeniably and viciously compelling.

    My email is fukuru4@yahoo.com. I love Killzone 3, and I hope I am fortunate enough to win a Killzone 3 beta code. Thank you for the opportunity to get into the Killzone 3 beta.

  • Grant

    I would like a Killzone 3 Beta code because i am a massive fan of killzone and playstation university are great for doing this competition.

  • Grant

    I would like a Killzone 3 Beta code because i am a massive fan of killzone and playstation university are great for doing this competition. my email add is gjh299@aol.com. p.s sorry for the double post.

  • JayShawn

    Hey, guys!

    I have been quite a big fan of Killzone ever since the first game in 2004.
    There are certainly not very many FPS’ like the Killzone franchise.
    Actually, I should say that there are not very many games in general that even compare to how outstanding this franchise is!
    I have a lot of respect for Game Director, Mathijs de Jonge and Lead Level Designer, Neil Alphonso for constructing Killzone 2 in all of its glory.

    I, of course, would love to have a Killzone 3 beta code.. especially when taking all of these gameplay trailers and beautiful screenshots into consideration.

    My email is: Elite_Noobz@yahoo.com

    Thanks!

  • HeadStrong

    I hope to try this game

  • Dragonfly

    i guess this is over but i really want the beta because i played kz2 and i loved it so bad, killzone 3 is gonna be so awesome and i’d be soo extremely thankful if i got a code.

  • ciro

    well i really enjoyed kz2 and would like to try out kz3 for future purchase

  • jdddp

    for the feedback to make it the best

  • Blad

    I want a killzone 3 beta code,pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!! KILLZONE 3FTW!!! HELGHAST FTW!!!

  • O.o

    Because I want to play Killzone 3 NOOOOW!!!

  • dave

    simply killzone rules all shoot em ups.best graphics ,gameplay and comes from the best creators .plz can i have a code

  • mike

    I would like a Killzone 3 Beta code because i am a massive fan of killzone and flat out just want to play the beta. email is Mikev91@vzw.blackberry.net

  • Mrhelper

    Hey people, Anyone want a KILLZONE 3 BETA CODE in just about a minute? Well go to my youtube channel to watch the 2 simple step video to get your code, No need to download anything, is straight forward. Enjoy the beta, you wont regret it.youtube.com/4freebetas

  • sanchez2413

    daniel.2413@hotmail.com

    i want a beta code badly pleaseeeeeeee

  • Cosmin

    I want a Killzone 3 code because I think that Killzone 2 was great and that you guys are great too. PSU rulezzzz !!!!

  • U_Kant_See_Me

    Loved KZ2 single player campaign and MP. Can’t wait for the jetpacks in KZ3! Come on 2/22/2010!

  • Clench13

    I am a Hardcore Killzone 2 fan. I Play every day and REALLY REALLY REALLY want to play KZ3!!! I have pre-ordered Killzone 3 already and can’t wait to it comes out. I’d love to play it now in any form I can. Thanks guys. See you on the battlefield. (.CA. clan)

  • marco

    i really want to play kz3 beta already pre-order kz3

  • Kz

    Hi, ive been in all the top clans in Killzone2, clans such as Savaged Sick Killers and LEGEND KILLERS, so many more. Ive been in the top 1% of players for a week twice, i think i deserve the chance to play the beta as i have been very loyal to Killzone, playstation and this awesome website. Thanks alot guys, ur doing a great job. It would make my day to get the beta. Thx.

  • Johnny Sasaki

    I want to see if it is good so I can buy it…I also kinda wanna impale people in the face with my fingers I guess…

  • killdrew

    plz can i hav a beta code, ive been playn kz2 4 over a year and a half. i really want kz3 to b a great game

  • leoman

    hey um i really want killzone 3 beta im really trained in killzone 2 it’s awesome my PSN name is rineskorg my e-mail adress is leandro_rox10@hotmail.com

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