Guerrilla Games is making a new Killzone game, according to a report.

The latest issue of Edge magazine (via Gamerzines) claims the "bulk" of staff at the Dutch developer is working on the next game in the PlayStation exclusive series. Killzone 2 and 3 senior producer Steven Ter Heide is reportedly game director.

Guerrilla studio recruiter Adrian Smith is quoted as saying: "we've got to continue the Killzone franchise."

Earlier this week Edge reported that one of Sony's studios had stopped PlayStation 3 development and moved onto its successor.

The unnamed developer is also apparently involved in building the graphics technology for Sony's next system.

Is it Guerrilla Games?

Killzone 3 launched in February 2011 as a visual showcase for the PS3. Eurogamer's Killzone 3 review shot an 8/10.

Killzone Vita is currently in development at Sony Cambridge.

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30 seconds of pain over and over.

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