Killing Floor: Incursion for PlayStation VR launches May 1

Includes timed exclusive Holdout Mode map.

Killing Floor: Incursion

Killing Floor: Incursion will launch for PlayStation VR via the PlayStation Store worldwide on May 1 for $29.99 / €29.99, developer Tripwire Interactive announced.

The PlayStation VR version will included a timed exclusive Holdout Mode map called “The Crucible,” which sees players defending locations against hordes of enemies. The PlayStation VR version will also include all of the post-launch content updates released for the PC version, including the Hardcore difficulty mode, Katana weapon, leaderboards, and more.

Here is an overview of the game, via Tripwire Interactive:

A brand-new, standalone title based on the critically acclaimed Killing Floor franchise, Killing Floor: Incursion charges players with taking on the role of an elite Horzine Security Forces soldier. Team up with allies to fend off the horrific Zed hordes with a wide array of guns, blades, and more. Players may freely explore environments, scavenging for weapons and ammo while searching for the best locations to hold the line against the monster onslaught. Battle in diverse areas from creepy farmhouses to high-tech facilities. Complete Horzine Security Forces missions and unlock the secrets of the Zeds’ mysterious origins.

Currently available for HTC VIVE and Oculus Rift, Killing Floor: Incursion takes the action horror genre to the next level on PlayStation VR with a fully-realized, made-for-VR, story-driven adventure. Play alone or with a friend in co-op mode, explore diverse environments from creepy farmhouses to high-tech facilities – and fight to survive against the horrific Zed hordes with a variety of weapons, including pistols, shotguns, axes, and even the occasional leftover limb.

Read more about the game on the PlayStation Blog.

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