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Killing Floor 2’s Dystopian Devastation Update adds new free content

Tripwire Interactive announced that Killing Floor 2 received another free content update today, Killing Floor 2: Dystopian Devastation. As the press release reads, this update maintains Tripwire Interactive’s history of releasing free seasonal content updates for players since the game first launched in 2016.

Killing Floor 2: Dystopian Devastation also introduces a new community map, Dystopia 2029. While conquering waves of zeds under neon lights and in seedy city streets, players can appreciate Dystopia 2029’s bleak futuristic style in standard survival, weekly, and endless game modes.

Additionally, players can slaughter in splendor with Killing Floor 2: Dystopian Devastation’s fresh weaponry. Demolitionists can pick up the Gravity Imploder, which will blast canisters at zeds to implode their heads. That, or they can use the alternative fire to draw them closer. Sharpshooters can also sing this spring with new HRG weapon: the Beluga Beat. This gun shreds sonically, with the ability to charge up a shot to destroy with greater decibels. These weapons enter the fray with even more content, like added achievements, quality of life tuning, and seasonal store bundles.

Lastly, Killing Floor 2: Dystopian Devastation brings futuristic cosmetic options and skins for players. These new cosmetic options include hats, masks, backpacks, and more.

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