Killing Floor 2 Dystopian Devastation Update Ushers In Sci Fi Death (1)

Tripwire Interactive’s Killing Floor 2 may have launched way back in 2016, but the team is continuing its run of free seasonal updates to reward the community for its continued support. Following Halloween Hellmark Station and Christmas Crackdown events last year, 2021 will feature the arrival of Killing Floor 2: Dystopian Devastation, a sci-fi take on the game’s annual spring event. As one would expect, the update is pure madness.

Players can check out a new map and more splendid, mayhem-causing weapons. There are also new cosmetics to make sure you look distinct while saving the world from the invasion of crazed undead.

 

The new community map, Dystopia 2029, arrives alongside Killing Floor 2: Dystopian DevastationIt takes the idea of a futuristic space settings to the max, and you will be killing the undead under bright neon lights and seedy city streets. The new map is available for players to enjoy in standard survival, weekly, and endless game modes.

Killing Floor 2 Dystopian Devastation Update Ushers In Sci Fi Death (2)

Killing the time

As for the meat of the update, Killing Floor 2: Dystopian Devastation brings some fresh weaponry to even out the playing field. Demolitionists will have access to the Gravity Imploder. You can implode heads at a distance, or use the alternate fire to draw your enemies closer. For sharpshooters, the new HRG weapon, the Beluga Beat, will be right up your alley. Charge it up and shred your enemies with its sonic power. As is the case, there will be added achievements, quality of life changes, and seasonal store bundles up for grabs.

Additionally, the new update brings suitably futuristic cosmetic options and skins for players to don. There are hats, masks, backpacks, and more to deck yourself out with. Killing might be a dirty business, but you sure can look good doing it.

If all of this excites you, you can load up and enjoy Killing Floor 2: Dystopian Devastation right nowThe zeds are waiting, so there’s no time to lose.

Jake Su
Tactical strategy games are Jake's jam, and defending the Earth from alien and internal threats is just his bread and butter since the 1990s.

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