Sony Has Officially ‘Retired’ the Killzone Franchise’s Website

Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced that it’s retiring the official Killzone series’ website, and visitors will now be redirected to

While this change doesn’t affect the games’ online modes, players will no longer be able to create or manage clans in Killzone: Shadow Fall. A notice reads:

Dear visitor,

The official website for the KILLZONE franchise has retired. Going forward, visitors to will be directed to

While this change doesn’t affect the online multiplayer modes, player statistics or ranking data for KILLZONE MERCENARY and KILLZONE SHADOW FALL, it is now no longer possible to create or manage clans in KILLZONE SHADOW FALL. We apologize for this inconvenience.

Thank you to’s many fans and visitors throughout the years for their enthusiasm and support.



This development comes a month after internet sleuths noticed that Killzone has been left out of PlayStation Studios’ official webpage. In the “Our Studios” section, Sony lists all of its first-party developers and the video games that they are known for. When it comes to Guerrilla Games, the only title listed is Horizon: Zero Dawn, and there’s no mention of Killzone anywhere – a strange omission.

That said, when Sony unveiled the PlayStation 5 UI last October, it showed a lone user by the name of Scotty Kenzo on the user selection screen, sporting a Helghast avatar. The name Kenzo could also be a reference to Helghast sergeant Kenzo Hakan in Shadow Fall. Fans took this as a sign that the series hasn’t been iced, but that could just be our wishful thinking.

What do our readers think?

[Source: ResetEra]