According to Ripten, the pirated game is a massive 41.4GB. It will be interesting to see if the new Sony DRM will be able to detect the pirated version, since the PlayStation 3′s security was compromised with the infamous rootkey hack.
It’s disturbing that Crysis 2 and Killzone 3 are not cracked versions of the games that had been released – both are wholesale theft from inside sources.
Sony and Guerrilla Games have yet to respond to the news. In the meantime, GameStooge and TMRZoo.com urges DO NOT PLAY PIRATED GAMES. Show the developers and publishers respect by BUYING their game.
Jonah Falcon is a blogger for TMRzoo and GameStooge.com and covers all gaming consoles and platforms including Sony Playstation 3, Microsoft XBOX 360, Nintendo Wii, Sony PSP and computer games designed for Mac OS, Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. Jonah provides his readers with reviews, previews and up to date gaming industry news and rumors.