Killing Floor 2 Summer Sideshow Seasonal Event Now Live on PS4; Receives Creepy New Trailer

The first seasonal event for the PS4 version of Killing Floor 2 is now live. Players can earn exclusive cosmetics and partake in new weekly game modes throughout the event.

July 12, 2017

Tripwire Interactive announced today that the massively successful psycho-circus themed seasonal event that just ended on PC has officially gone live for Killing Floor 2 PS4 players. The Summer Sideshow event starts today and will run through August 8, 2017. During the event players will be able to earn new cosmetic items, partake in tackling new enemies, visit a new map and compete in new game modes every week during the event. In addition to the announcement of the event, Tripwire Interactive also put together a pretty sweet trailer, which can be seen below.

To sweeten the pot a little more, Tripwire Interactive will be reducing the price of Killing Floor 2 on PS4 by 50%, bringing the game down to $19.99. Players can take advantage of this sale now through July 18, 2017. In addition to the festive monsters and exclusive cosmetics coming with the event, there will also be a series of weekly game modes that will change each week. These modes will only last a week so make sure you tackle each one before they are gone.

Here is the full release schedule for the rotating game modes, courtesy of Tripwire Interactive:

  • Poundemonium – July 11
  • Up, Up and Decay – July 18
  • Zed Time – July 25
  • Beefcake – August 1
  • Boom – August 8
  • Cranium Cracker – August 15
  • Tiny Terror – August 22
  • Bobble Zed – August 29

Killing Floor 2 is currently available on PS4 and PC via Steam. The Summer Sideshow event ended today on PC and will run through August 8, 2017 for PS4 players.

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