Polygon picked up a retail copy of Killzone: Shadow Fall this week, and we discovered something as soon as we cracked open the PlayStation 4 launch title's case: Like some recent PlayStation 3 games, there's very little paper in the package.
As you might expect, the game sits on the right, and there's a voucher for a free seven-day PlayStation Plus trial on the left. The only other paper in the packaging is the game's cover, which serves a dual purpose in the translucent blue case. Printed on the back is a photo of the controller on the left and Killzone: Shadow Fall's button map on the right. Later first-party releases on the PS3 were minimalist in this manner, but this box — which you can see in detail in the gallery below — takes that aesthetic to a new level.
We've reached out to Sony to see if this is a pattern we'll soon come to recognize with all PS4 retail games and will update this story with more information as it becomes available.