Killing Floor 2 is a first-person zombie shooter with a full featured co-op campaign that takes advantage of super realistic attacks through multiple contact points on the models, giving a very realistic feel to the combat.
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Pro 22 contact points on the enemies allows for the perception of realistic attacks
The MEAT (Massive Evisceration And Trauma) system designates 22 different contact points on each enemy that will react realistically to players’ attacks – for example, you can cut enemies in half vertically and horizontally, dismember them at the hand or shoulder, even shoot off their lower jaw without removing the head entirely. This level of realism – and ultraviolence – makes the combat incredibly impactful.
Pro 6 player co-op is large for a co-op campaign, making for more frantic gameplay in the story mode
KF2 accommodates co-op groups of up to six players (more than most games in this genre) which makes for an even more exciting and frantic experience.
Con Currently no listen server function
It can be a pain to set up a private multiplayer game due to the omission of listen server functionality. Dedicated server support is available but not well documented; it can be daunting and time consuming to set up for new users or those who are not technically inclined.
Con Game is still in early access and therefore isn’t complete
In its current build, Killing Floor 2 only has four of the 10 classes that were promised, only a handful of weapons to choose from, and only 6 levels to play on. While still fun and beautiful, it lacks replayability and falls short of feeling like a complete game. A beta state also means there may be bugs, which can detract from gameplay. Unless your desire to play is unbearable, wait for the full release.