Guerrilla Games has confirmed that it will be patching in new clan feature to bolster Killzone: Shadow Fall's online multiplayer.
While Killzone: Shadow Fall hasn't been getting perfect reviews, it's nonetheless been one of the best titles from the PlayStation 4's launch library. Among its finer qualities is its multiplayer which, coming from someone who generally doesn't like online multiplayer all that much, is pretty danged addictive. Nonetheless, the game is still currently missing one feature its many fans want: a clan system.
Hearing its players' demands, Guerrilla Games has announced that it will be launching Shadow Fall's clan system in February. According to the developer, clan features will be released "in multiple phases" with the initial features arriving in the planned patch 1.09. "This phase introduces clan system features to both the game and the website" said Guerilla's Victor Zuylen. "The patch will add support for displaying clan tags alongside player names in the game, while the website will receive basic clan management functionality - including the ability to create clans, add/remove members, and promote members to clan officers."
Additional updates to the new clan system will be planned and implemented in the future "based in part on your feedback." Guerrilla hopes that the new clan features will help to "enhance" Shadow Fall's multiplayer alongside additional planned content updates like free maps and DLC expansions.