Killing Floor: Incursion Introduces New Map and Windows Mixed Reality Support
Windows Mixed Reality users will now be able to enjoy all Killing Floor: Incursion content.
Developers Tripwire Interactive have announced the latest content update for horror shooter Killing Floor: Incursion, the virtual reality (VR) entry into the Killing Floor franchise. The latest updates means that Windows Mixed Reality users can now enjoy playing Killing Floor: Incursion and a new map has also been introduced.
Killing Floor: Incursion is a standalone title in the Killing Floor franchise, which challenges players to take on hordes of ‘Zeds’ as a member of an elite Horzine Security Forces team. Players can use a vast array of guns and blades to cut down or blow away foes in a variety of locales.
The new update includes a new map called The Crucible, which acts as a new Holdout Mode, which finds players trying to defend a key location against increasing waves of Zeds in a fast-paced, arcade-style experience.
Windows Mixed Reality users will now be able to enjoy the base game plus all the content released after launch, including the ‘Hardcore’ difficulty mode, katana weapon and leaderboards, among other things.
The new update means that players can go solo or join up with a friend for co-op mode n HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, PlayStation VR and now Windows Mixed Reality. To celebrate the new update, the title has also seen its price drop on all platforms. Users can check out Steam, the Oculus Store or PlayStation Store for further details.
The VRFocus team reviewed Killing Floor: Incursion upon its initial release, where it was said: “So is Killing Floor: Incursion still worth getting? Damn right it is. The videogame does have its faults but they aren’t gameplay breaking. Killing Floor: Incursion’s single-player campaign is a glorious action romp that’s easy to play through in one sitting. One thing not mentioned so far is the fact that there’s a co-op option, and as every gamer should know, bringing a mate along to cover each others back only increases the fun factor.”
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