New free update for Killing Floor 2 brings two new maps and two new weapons

Tripwire Interactive has announced that a brand-new free update for its co-op sci-fi horror FPS game, KILLING FLOOR 2, is available now for download. According to the press release, the brand-new Descent Content Pack marks a significant update for KILLING FLOOR 2 since the game’s full release last fall and promises a whole new world of carnage.

Today’s content pack update for KILLING FLOOR 2 contains two brand-new maps, including one that completely shakes up the game, as well as two brand-new weapons for players to blast away the oncoming hordes of deadly Zeds.

The Descent Content Pack features the namesake map, the Descent, which is an all-new type of map never seen in KILLING FLOOR 2 before. The Descent map introduces the new Holdout sub-mode into Survival and will drop players into a new random battle location each wave, making them vulnerable to the horrific Zeds hoping to catch them off-guard. In addition, as a show of its commitment to their devoted and talented fan base, Tripwire has included the community-made Nuked map into its official line-up.

Additionally, the Descent Content Pack includes two brand-new weapons for players to gear up and fire off. Fans of the original KILLING FLOOR will be excited to see the return of the Spitfires, which will see its induction back for single and dual flare gun revolvers for the Firebug perk. An additional weapon makes its introduction into the franchise, the Stoner 63a LMG is a light machine gun allowing for long sustained firepower.

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