Killing Floor 2 Offers Up Grisly Halloween Goodies
with Grim Treatments Update Out Today
Tripwire Interactive Treats Players to Eerie New Map, Spooky Zeds, and More
ROSWELL, Ga. — Oct. 1, 2019 — Publisher and developer Tripwire Interactive today announced Killing Floor 2’s most gruesome and ghastly update of 2019, Killing Floor 2: Grim Treatments. Launching later today for PlayStation®4, PlayStation®4 Pro, Xbox One, Xbox One X, and PC via Steam, the Killing Floor 2: Grim Treatments free update introduces gloriously gory Halloween-themed Zeds, new map, Ashwood Asylum, the Nuked Objective Mode, limited-time cosmetics, and more enticing additions!
Available across several game modes, including Survival, Weekly, Versus Survival, and Endless, Ashwood Asylum hosts bloodthirsty Monster Zeds hot on players’ heels as they attempt to survive and slaughter in a horrific, abandoned asylum. Additionally, to welcome the most sickening season of all, Killing Floor 2: Grim Treatments brings the return of the Halloween Zeds. But beware, these dressed-up Zeds will bring more tricks than treats.
Likewise, Killing Floor 2: Grim Treatments includes a new Objective Mode, Nuked. In the Nuked Objective Mode, players can experience Zed slaying amidst the fallout of a nuclear detonation. Players will follow Dr. Ogada Buyu’s endeavor to rescue a boy trapped in the catastrophe, and like other Objective Mode adventures, Nuked comes supported with specific goals and cut scenes to create a thrilling and immersive experience.
Along with these additions, Killing Floor 2: Grim Treatments also includes other exciting content, such as new weapons, balance changes, and new, limited-time cosmetics! For full details on today’s launch of the Halloween event, head to the Killing Floor 2: Grim Treatments microsite.
In Killing Floor 2, join a motley crew of civilians, soldiers, and mercenaries as they band together to fight off waves of murderous Zeds, horrific and monstrous clones that have descended upon continental Europe following an outbreak caused by the Horzine Corporation. Choose from multiple classes, tons of weapons ranging from traditional assault rifles to off-the-wall “Mad Scientist” tools of slaughter, and customize the perfect Zed-slaying warrior with a wide variety of perks geared toward different playstyles and roles. With support for up to 6-players in Survival Mode, 12-players for Versus Survival, and regular free content updates consisting of new maps, weapons and gameplay enhancements, Killing Floor 2 is the perfect starting point for players looking for FPS multiplayer mayhem.
Stay up-to-date with the latest Killing Floor 2 news and information on the official website: www.killingfloor2.com. You can also keep track of Tripwire Interactive at any of these online channels: www.tripwireinteractive.com, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/tripwireinteractive, Twitter at https://twitter.com/TripwireInt, Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/tripwireinteractive/ and on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/tripwireinteractive
About Tripwire Interactive
Formed in 2005 as a humble independent developer founded by gamers who found success in the video game modding community, Tripwire Interactive has developed and self-published multiple critically acclaimed titles in the wildly popular Killing Floor and Rising Storm franchises, which have collectively sold over 20 million units to date. The studio’s latest project, Maneater, breaks new ground in the popular action RPG genre and finds players taking on the role of a deadly shark with the uncanny ability to evolve as it feeds.
Since then, Tripwire Interactive has expanded its business and now turns its experience and resources to include publishing titles spanning multiple platforms and genres from other talented independent studios. The publishing division aims to help like-minded independent studios bring their titles to market, including Chivalry 2 developed by Torn Banner Studios, Espire 1: VR Operative developed by Digital Lode, and Road Redemption developed by EQ Games and Pixel Dash Studios.