Killing Floor 2 is getting paid weapon DLC to justify its continued assist.
The game, which initially launched in November 2016, has had loads of free updates, just like the Halloween update in 2017, a new zombie mode in March final yr, and, most lately, the steampunk summer event.
But supporting a game, and persevering with to launch content material like this, is dear, and the builders at Tripwire Interactive are attempting to earn extra money by releasing new weapons that may solely be accessible as paid DLC.
In a submit on the game’s Steam page, product lead David Amata has outlined the developer’s plan going ahead, explaining that their choices have been both to do that or to “significantly reduce the amount we can provide each update to better match its projected return”.
From the subsequent replace onwards, new weapons can be bought at $9.99 US. These weapons, which can include 5 distinctive skins, are being designed in order to not give gamers who pay for them an unfair benefit over those that don’t wish to spend cash. Rather, the submit says, “these weapons are designed to provide new gameplay experiences and fill new roles within the arsenal that are not already served”.
If solely participant owna a paid weapon on a server, all different gamers within the game may also have entry to it, to “prevent possible gameplay discrepancies”.
The game will proceed to characteristic its Zedconomy loot packing containers too, though the staff is “evaluating potential future changes” proper now.