Killing Floor 2 (Steam) £4.92 @ Instant Gaming
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Killing Floor 2 (Steam) £4.92 @ Instant Gaming

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Found 17th Dec 2017
Currently £9.99 in the Steam sale.

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Killing Floor 2 will be the successor to the ridiculously fun and successful original title, that was released in 2009. All your old favorites will be back, with a whole host of new features, characters, monsters, weapons and story in due course. Keep watching for more information!In KILLING FLOOR 2 players descend into continental Europe where the outbreak caused by Horzine Biotech’s failed experiment has quickly spread and gained unstoppable momentum, essentially paralyzing the European Union. Just one month after the conclusion of the events in the original KILLING FLOOR, the specimen clones are everywhere and civilization is in disarray; communications have failed, governments have collapsed, and military forces have been systematically eradicated. The people of Europe know survival and self-preservation too well and lucky survivors have gone into hiding.

Not all have given up hope though... A group of civilians and mercenaries have banded together, paid for by Horzine, to combat the outbreak and established privately funded operation bases across Europe. Upon tracking specimen clone outbreaks, players will descend into zed-laden hot zones and exterminate them.

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Dodgy website. When I tried to pay with PayPal, it asked me to type in my phone number for PayPal, then a verification code. Apparently some people it asks to send a copy of your id. For a game key? All very weird
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jaken849 m ago

Dodgy website. When I tried to pay with PayPal, it asked me to type in my …Dodgy website. When I tried to pay with PayPal, it asked me to type in my phone number for PayPal, then a verification code. Apparently some people it asks to send a copy of your id. For a game key? All very weird


I've never had any problems and neither have a lot of other people. Definitely not a "Dodgy" site in my opinion and others have the same view.

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This is a very good game. It also gets regular update.
jaken842 h, 2 m ago

Dodgy website. When I tried to pay with PayPal, it asked me to type in my …Dodgy website. When I tried to pay with PayPal, it asked me to type in my phone number for PayPal, then a verification code. Apparently some people it asks to send a copy of your id. For a game key? All very weird



I paid through paypal (which added a fee) and it asked for my phone number for verification. The phone call with the code was instant and I suspect it is to prevent spam/mass buying of keys for resale.

I would prefer not to give out phone numbers for strange verification reasons but.... cheap games.
fun game, finally more to do than original which was supported with new maps, modes and seasonal events for years. does get pretty samey though and there is limited options for upgrades (both persistent level-ups outside of a match and weapons in-match) - i suggest trying a trial before buying but it's very likely you'll it's zombie wavemode fun.
jaken8411 h, 14 m ago

Dodgy website. When I tried to pay with PayPal, it asked me to type in my …Dodgy website. When I tried to pay with PayPal, it asked me to type in my phone number for PayPal, then a verification code. Apparently some people it asks to send a copy of your id. For a game key? All very weird



As someone who is currently being scammed over a PSN code that I sold on Ebay last week, I sympathise with them tbh.
Very dodgy website, they gave me incorrect key but then asked me to give them my steam ID, full name, dob, mobile number and email.

Considering all the information, and they have the cd keys associated with your account they can easily take over your account and not to mention how much information that is for a company who have hidden domain information on WHOIS
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jaken8416 h, 15 m ago

Dodgy website. When I tried to pay with PayPal, it asked me to type in my …Dodgy website. When I tried to pay with PayPal, it asked me to type in my phone number for PayPal, then a verification code. Apparently some people it asks to send a copy of your id. For a game key? All very weird


The site is fine, it's just making sure your not a robot.
Im still going to wait because humble may do a bundle with all the dlc eventually so I can wait
Not the type of game I play myself but this guy here makes it look fun

Killing floor 2 is good fun, however I always go back to killing floor 1. Just feels much more entertaining plus the modded servers with better perks are excellent. I've probably put 200 hours into kf1 playing on the same 5 servers, it's that good. Plus it's cheap, or free? I've not checked.
Also cheaper deal posted later than this on cdkeys for 4.49
If somebody that knew your email address asked for your phone number, then you got a call with a code and they asked you for it, you wouldn't worry that they had just used it to reset your password with 2 factor verification or something, and you are just giving them the verification code and doing the verification for them? I can't imagine something more risky and ill advised, whatever their actual intention. Don't do that.
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ali25414 h, 24 m ago

Very dodgy website, they gave me incorrect key but then asked me to give …Very dodgy website, they gave me incorrect key but then asked me to give them my steam ID, full name, dob, mobile number and email.Considering all the information, and they have the cd keys associated with your account they can easily take over your account and not to mention how much information that is for a company who have hidden domain information on WHOIS


Don't be silly, if you have a ever recovered a Steam account you would know that nothing in your comment makes any sense. They would need full access to your PayPal account for them to do that (plus more) and the information you mentioned doesnt included that
Can't be bothered with them TBH as there is no reason why they couldn't just use a simple tick box or ask you to copy a displayed code to prove you're not a robot and then send the code via email like other game e-tailers do.
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