Killing Floor

Alessandro was just telling us about Killing Floor 2 and now here it is up for purchase through Steam Early Access ($29.99 / ₤19.99 / €26.99). Thanks to years of content updates and support, the first game is stil...
Tripwire Interactive has confirmed that a "deluxe" digital edition will be available for upcoming Killing Floor 2.  In addition to all the extra goodies -- which include a digital soundtrack, digital artbook and a w...
It's been a good while since the release of the original Killing Floor back in 2008. Over the years, its been sitting on the Steam best-sellers list for quite some time, and built a loyal and dedicated following. While hoard-...
Anyone that's familiar with Killing Floor could have probably predicted that its sequel would be equally violent and blood-soaked (if not more so). These fourteen screenshots do a fine job of affirming that suspicion. So...


Killing Floor 2 is showing in spades much of what made the original a success. Blood by the bucket is shown to stain the map for the duration of the match as players dismember genetic freaks every which way. Tripwire Interac...
Five years later, Tripwire Interactive still has Killing Floor on life support. While fans of the game eagerly await its sequel and all the horrific monsters it's sure to unleash, there's a new update to the original tha...
Slashers, and Crawlers, and Clots, oh my! Everything in this Killing Floor 2 trailer looks positively no bueno. Especially that Fleshpound character. His concrete pound looks aggressive enough, and I doubt that skin would hold up any better than that cement did.
Brittany hopes that Killing Floor 2 will be just as gory as she wants it to be. I don't have any real hopes or aspirations for the game. No, wait -- I do; I hope it doesn't have as much hard rock as this trailer does.
Tripwire Interactive's first look at Killing Floor 2 unfolds just as you'd expect it to: a gaggle of "zed," the feral genetic freakshows populating the second entry into the visceral series, are scattered throughout the smold...
You know the drill. You can have four games -- Zeno Clash, Zeno Clash 2, Killing Floor and Dwarfs!?! -- for whatever you want. A penny, if you're terrible and mad at the world (or broke). If you pay $6 or more, you can nab th...
Every year you can count on Tripwire to crank out some content for Killing Floor for Christmas and this year is no exception. What's interesting about this year's Twisted Christmas Event is that's there's some neat crossover ...
I just want to point out that Tripwire Interactive's co-op zombie shooter Killing Floor is four years old. It came out in May 2009 and the studio is still supporting it with free expansions as well as paid DLC. That's a heck ...
Whilst these new weekly Humble Bundle deals might lack pizazz of the main bundles, they're still a great way to pick up some games for a few dollars. This week, it's the turn of Tripwire Interactive to be included in the...
King Foom is back from GDC, and he's got a special edition of Mash Tactics in store today. For "Multiplayer Monday", Foom will be playing the PC co-op horror shooter Killing Floor with its very creator Alex Quick. Alex also p...
Like a rabbit in Spring, Destructoid's Twitch TV channel has produced yet another fantastic show for your viewing pleasure. Starting this Saturday at 12p.m. PST, catch Dtoid Contributors Brett Zeidler and Caitlin Cooke attemp...
Developers Tripwire Interactive and Trendy Entertainment must be having a happy Valentine's Day as they've both announced that their respective games, Killing Floor and Dungeon Defenders, have hit the 1 million download mark....
Last week we started to see a mystery image teased on the official Killing Floor Steam group and knowing Tripwire Interactive's previous holiday season gifts, it wasn't a big leap of imagination to think that there would be a...
Killing Floor and Red Orchestra developer TripWire Interactive has launched its own online store where you can buy fun-looking merchandise from some of the studio's big titles. There's not a great deal of range to pick from r...