Killing Floor: Double Feature Bundle to be Released for PlayStation 4
The package deal will include both the main game as well as the VR spinoff, Killing Floor: Incursion.
By Chris Morse
Tripwire Interactive has announced an all-new Killing Floor bundle exclusive to PlayStation 4. Killing Floor: Double Feature gives you two-for-one with Killing Floor 2 as well as its PlayStation VR counterpart, Killing Floor: Incursion.
Although VR adoption isn't quite as widespread as Sony and the other industry giants might like, fans of the franchise are certainly very familiar with both of these titles. On top of that, this could also serve as a great entry point in the series for those who have been procrastinating on giving this one a try.
The copy of Killing Floor 2 included in the bundle is far from just the base game as well. It will include all seasonal content up until this point as well as the Mrs. Foster DLC character. On the other hand, Killing Floor: Incursion is a first-person survival shooter you may not have given a try yet. If you're a PlayStation VR owner or might soon be in the market for it, this will certainly be a great starting game for you to enjoy the technology with.
Killing Floor: Double Feature will release on May 21st for $39.99. Stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for all the latest news and updates on Killing Floor 2.
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