Killing Floor 2 Launches “Grim Treatments” Halloween Update
Enjoy an eerie new map, holiday-themed Zeds, a new objective mode, and limited-time cosmetics.
By Chris Morse
The latest update for Tripwire Interactive’s zombie survival game Killing Floor 2 is now live and this one is all about the spooky season. Titled Grim Treatments, this update’s main attraction is an all-new map called Ashwood Asylum, along with several other Halloween-themed goodies including a comeback for Zeds that are more than in tune with the season.
Additionally, this update comes paired with an all new Objective Mode: Nuked. In this mode, nuclear fallout sets in across the map as players must fight through Zeds to follow Dr. Ogada Buyu’s endeavor to rescue a boy trapped in the catastrophe. Much like other Objective Mode adventures, this one will feature specific goals and cutscenes to make it an all-around immersive experience.
Grim Treatments will also include your regular slate of new weapons (including paid DLC), balance changes, and seasonal cosmetics, which are only available for a limited time around the Halloween season. Watch the trailer above for a glimpse at everything new available in this update.
As mentioned, this free update for Killing Floor 2 is now rolling out for all major platforms. If it is not yet available on your console of choice, it should be before too long with the launch happening today. Stick around with us here on Dead Entertainment for more horror gaming news and coverage ahead.
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