Free to play

The first-person shooter Killing Floor 2 is now temporary free on Steam. Developer Tripwire Interactive allows players to try its game until June 25. This also starts a summer event called Back & Kickin' Brass, which comes with an additional mode, a new map, and weapons. The event will end on July 31.

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Don't miss your chance to try out the amazing Killing Floor 2!

As usual, if you are interested in the game and want to keep the progress you've made through the free weekends, just keep in mind that Killing Floor 2 will be available on Steam with a 67% discount.

What are new in this event?

Objective is the name of the new game mode coming with Back & Kickin' Brass event. With this additional gameplay, you will fight against loads of enemies while trying to complete special tasks, like moving an object to its new location.

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The Back & Kickin' Brass event comes with many new contents!

Killing Floor 2 players also received a new map called Steam Fortress, which works well with the previous gameplay modes like Survival, Weekly, Endless, along with the new Objective. It's even compatible with additional weapons, such as the exploding harpoons launcher - Seal Squealer.

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Are you ready to kill some zombies?

The storyline of Killing Floor 2 follows the idea of the first game when a crazy scientist releases an army of clone soldiers to destroy the UK.

Released in 2016, the game has offered an incredible experience onto a chaos world. All that's because of the widespread of ZEDs plague after the zombie apocalypse.

"Not all have given up hope though... A group of civilians and mercenaries have banded together to combat the outbreak and established privately funded operation bases across Europe. Upon tracking specimen clone outbreaks, players will descend into zed-laden hot zones and exterminate them." - from the official description on Steam.

In this game, most of the action will be on loads of enemies, often finish with a big boss. Some people may find that Killing Floor 2's single-player is only acceptable, but its multiplayer is absolutely satisfying.