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Killing Floor 2 officially fully releases today

Tripwire Interactive, in collaboration with Deep Silver and Iceberg Interactive, announced today that their eagerly awaited co-op sci-fi horror FPS game, Killing Floor 2, is available globally. In order to celebrate this announcement, Tripwire released a new set of screenshots that can be viewed below.

Today’s release marks the closure of Killing Floor 2’s extremely successful time in the Steam Early Access phase, selling over 1+ million units and continuing to grow its loyal community. Those who have previously purchased the Early Access version will be able to update their game to reflect the full launch content, including the brand new Survivalist perk, available today.

John Gibson, President of Tripwire Interactive, said:

“We’ve poured our heart and soul into perfecting KILLING FLOOR 2, seeing all of the community feedback from the Early Access phase was invaluable, and to see the game’s full release today is truly overwhelming. We wanted to give existing fans the visceral action that this longstanding franchise is known for, as well as offer new fans a chance to experience the brutal joy that millions of gamers already know and love. Launching KILLING FLOOR 2 for the PC, and for the first time ever on consoles via the PlayStation 4 Pro and PlayStation 4 symbolizes the next step for us at Tripwire Interactive and we could not be more ecstatic.”

Enjoy!

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Killing Floor 2 - Full Release Launch Trailer

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