Killzone 2 patch arriving this week

Plus: PSN ID bans for cheaters.

Guerrilla Games says patch 1.21 will go live for Killzone 2 this week.

That's according to staff member Seb Downie, who posts on the official forum that exact timing will be confirmed today.

The patch reinstates online bots and lets players create their own unranked games. There are plenty of other tweaks and fixes besides.

The fix should put an end to various exploits, too, which the developer says it will take a much tougher stance on.

"Glitchers risk losing their PSN ID altogether. We've been quite lenient so far but that's going to change," said Guerrilla, via Twitter.

Guerrilla also offers a preview of the areas targeted for future patches. These include expanding control, game creation and clan options, as well as improving game searches and overall stability.

None of this, Downie adds, has anything to do with the DLC that Guerrilla is working on. Dates and details for that are still to come.

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