Tag Archives: killing floor
Wed, Oct 24, 2012 | 15:25 BST
Killing Floor has been overrun by redneck zombies, which are the worst kind of zombie because they started off missing teeth before they turned, and have a tendency to not pronounce words right. I wonder if their moans and groans have that distinct accent as well… no matter. They need to die regardless.
Fri, Jul 06, 2012 | 14:26 BST
Tripwire Interactive has announced the return of the Killing Floor Summer Sideshow, which means some of your favorite freaks are back, but only for a limited time.
Tue, Feb 14, 2012 | 19:45 GMT
Tripwire Interactive has announced Killing Floor has sold more than 1 million copies on PC in the two and a half years since releasing on the market.
Tue, Dec 06, 2011 | 19:51 GMT
Tripwire Interactive has announced the Killing Floor Twisted Christmas 2 event which starts December 7 and runs through January 4. The event features an all new level, Ice Cave, as well as new Twisted Christmas music. There’s also the Winter Weapon Pack, which contains seven new weapons with Achievements, and are free to everyone who owns the game. The change to unlock the Achievement Baddest Santa is also back, in case you missed out last year. The Steampunk 2 character pack is also to be made available. Also, the game will be free to play this weekend as well. Hit up the break for screens and a list of weapons.
Wed, Nov 30, 2011 | 19:06 GMT
Tripwire’s offering free play time in Killing Floor from December 8 until December 11. This will allow those who have yet to try it an entire weekend to play it for free. Apparently, the developers have a “little surprise” lurking in the game as well.
Killing Floor is available now on Steam and other digital outlets.
Sat, Oct 29, 2011 | 18:55 BST
Tripwire has announced that the cast of its Killing Floor Summer Sideshow event are back in for a Halloween event and dressed up as monsters. From now until November 3, Frankenpound, Husk-O-Lantern, Werebunny are running about the place, and you can earn a new batch achievements, set in Bedlam as an added fun bonus. Apparently, once you complete these achievements, you’ll unlock the Commando Chicken playable character. You’ll also have the chance to earn all the Summer Sideshow achievements and unlock Steampunk Mr Foster. More information is available through the official website, and if you haven’t purchased the game yet, get it on Steam for $6.79 before November 1.
Thu, Jun 23, 2011 | 20:52 BST
Tripewire has announced the Killing Floor Summer Sideshow event which will add a new map, Achievements, and a new DLC character pack to the game.
Tue, Apr 12, 2011 | 22:21 BST
Valve’s Portal 2 ARG, a.k.a. the Potato Sack, has been updated to include The Ball and other games with added Portal themes.
Sat, Apr 02, 2011 | 16:09 BST
Steam has slashed prices on 13 indie games via a bundle called the Potato Sack.
Fri, Oct 08, 2010 | 16:45 BST
Wed, May 19, 2010 | 23:19 BST
Valve’s sent over a list of titles that have been added to Steam for Mac today, that allow folks to play multiplayer with pals on PC.
Wed, Sep 16, 2009 | 17:47 BST
Tue, Jul 21, 2009 | 20:25 BST
Tripwire Interactive has relayed that it will release both free and paid DLC content for Killing Floor.
The first bit to be released will be a free map called Foundry with and AK-47 and a Katana in the “Heavy Metal” pack.
The map itself is called Foundry and will add four new playable characters.
No word yet on price or release date.
Sat, Jun 06, 2009 | 15:26 BST
Valve has announced that it will start publishing a weekly list of the best-selling titles on Steam.
Updates will arrive every Sunday, and you can see the very first one below.
Steam Weekly Top Sellers – WE May 31
- Team Fortress 2
- Killing Floor
- Left 4 Dead
- Counter Strike: Source
- Plants vs Zombies
- The Orange Box
- Unreal Deal Pack
- Unreal Tournament Black
- Assassin’s Creed: Director’s Cut
- Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Sat, May 16, 2009 | 14:46 BST
Reports from many sources were claiming that Killing Floor had some connection issues that were hindering server log-ins.
Tripwire has apparently fixed these issues with a patch which will be applied automatically when logging into Steam.
Here’s just the partial list:
- Fixed the in game server browser not showing all servers
- Fixed the “Perks enabled server” icon not showing up in the server browser
- Fixed some server browser filters not working right. Also added the ability to filter servers by Perks enabled and filter by difficulty
- Added the ability to sort the server list by difficulty
- Servers that cannot be reached because they are behind a firewall will show up with a ping of 9999 in the server browser. This is the cause of most “connection failed” messages
- Fixed the “Stats Name/Password” popup box that was popping up but shouldn’t have been
- Fixed a “Warning” box that was appearing but shouldn’t have been
- Added a message when attempting to host a listen server notifying the user what ports they must have open on their firewall to host the game
The rest of the list can be found here.
Fri, May 15, 2009 | 15:18 BST
Horror shooter Killing Floor is now available on Steam.
Tripwire’s latest features multiplayer co-op for up to six players, over 40 Steam Achievements, perks to level up your character, a level editor and single-player mode for offline play.
The game will run you $19.99. Hit the link for all the gory details.
Wed, Apr 29, 2009 | 07:16 BST
Some new screens of TripWire zombie shooter Killing Floor popped up last night – get them from GameInfoWire.
The game’s being described as “Dead Alive meets The Re-Animator” and a “grindhouse exploitation horror film”.
It’s out sometime this year. No formats confirmed.
Fri, Mar 20, 2009 | 22:23 GMT
Red Orchestra: Ostfront developer Tripwire Interactive is making a zombie game. A British zombie game.
Called Killing Floor, it’s six-player co-op affair. See on IGN.
It’s being described as “Dead Alive meets The Re-Animator” and a “grindhouse exploitation horror film”.
When asked if it will draw comparisons to Left 4 Dead, designer John Gibson says that it relies on a sense of dread more than an in-your-face wave of zombies.
“It is sort of like George Romero meets sci-fi. L4D goes for the constant, frantic, in-your-face fast moving zombie shock value”, he said.
“On the other hand, Killing Floor works to build a palatable sense of dread as a wave of specimens. The enemies in KF shamble towards you. That’s not to say it’s not action-packed; I’d just say there is more of a variety in pacing and in the types of enemies you fight.”
The first person shooter should be out sometime this year. No word yet on what formats.