Released in 2009 and its sequel in Early Access format in 2015, Killing Floor and Killing Floor 2 have become of the most imposing and valued cooperative shooting games on the market. As confirmed by its developer, Tripwire, the series has managed to sell more than 10 million games, gather more than 15 million users and break the barrier of 100 million dollars in profits.
It’s the access anticipated in late 2016, but Killing Floor 2 continues to receive downloadable content that extends the experience, which has helped the game become the success it is today. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the series, Tripwire has announced big discounts on Steam, which will allow you to get Killing Floor 2 for less than 10 euros or the original Killing Floor for 4.99 euros.
The series also was launched into the territory of virtual reality in 2017, bringing the Zed threat to a new challenge compatible with all the virtual reality devices of the market. What awaits Killing Floor in the future? It seems to continue to expand the experience of the sequel, which already has dozens of weapons, maps and enemies after four years adding content.