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Friday, July 3, 2020

‘Killing Floor 2’ Available For Free Next Week on The Epic Games Store

The Epic Games Store has chosen another gem for horror fans next week with the announcement that Tripwire Interactive’s Killing Floor 2 will be available to grab for free for a week. Already on Steam (with a handy 67% discount until July 9th), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, Killing Floor 2 will be free from July 9th to the 16th.

The game’s Digital Deluxe Version, while not included in the promotion, will also be available on the Epic Games Store.

Tripwire have continued to support Killing Floor 2 since its release way back in 2016 with annual updates. The latest of these is the Perilous Plunder update, which launched last month, which adds the new community map, Desolation, along with four new weapons, including the HRG Kaboomstick and the HRG Teslauncher.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3622358/killing-floor-2-available-free-next-week-epic-games-store/

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