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  1. At Monday's PC Gaming Show, Tripwire Interactive pulled the curtain back on Killing Floor 2's first seasonal event. Dubbed the Summer Sideshow, the carnival-themed event brings a slew of new content to the game for a limited time. Among the new additions is a new map set in a deranged circus that host new objectives titled The Tragic Kingdom. Over 50 new cosmetic items, both free and paid, will be introduced, including an exclusive Sideshow Hazmat suit that's earned by completing The Tragic Kingdom missions. Additionally, two new weapons, the HZ12 shotgun and the Centerfire Lever Action, will become available for the Support Perk and Sharpshooter/Multi-Perk with Gunslinger, respectively. Look for the Summer Sideshow on PC from now until July 11. Concurrently, Killing Floor 2 is on sale for 50 percent off and is having a free week on Steam. PS4 players will receive the update at an unspecified time later this summer. View full article
  2. At Monday's PC Gaming Show, Tripwire Interactive pulled the curtain back on Killing Floor 2's first seasonal event. Dubbed the Summer Sideshow, the carnival-themed event brings a slew of new content to the game for a limited time. Among the new additions is a new map set in a deranged circus that host new objectives titled The Tragic Kingdom. Over 50 new cosmetic items, both free and paid, will be introduced, including an exclusive Sideshow Hazmat suit that's earned by completing The Tragic Kingdom missions. Additionally, two new weapons, the HZ12 shotgun and the Centerfire Lever Action, will become available for the Support Perk and Sharpshooter/Multi-Perk with Gunslinger, respectively. Look for the Summer Sideshow on PC from now until July 11. Concurrently, Killing Floor 2 is on sale for 50 percent off and is having a free week on Steam. PS4 players will receive the update at an unspecified time later this summer.
  3. During today's PC Gaming Show, Cliff Blenzinski's announced the release date and price for his multiplayer arena first-person shooter, Lawbreakers. Prepare to take the fight to the skies on PC and PlayStation 4 August 3 for a cool $29.99. Lawbreakers gameplay emphasizes verticality and maneuverability thanks to it's anti-gravity gameplay. Despite being off your feet for much of combat, players don't just float around helplessly. The action is frantic and intense due to the plethora of angles opponents can strike from. The trailer below does a good job of demonstrating the title's insane moment-to-moment gameplay. If you want to take Lawbreakers for a spin before you buy, developer Boss Key will hold a final closed beta from June 30 to July 4 that you can sign up for on the game's official website. Do you think Lawbreaker's unique spin on arena multiplayer can separate it from the genre's competitors? View full article
  4. During today's PC Gaming Show, Cliff Blenzinski's announced the release date and price for his multiplayer arena first-person shooter, Lawbreakers. Prepare to take the fight to the skies on PC and PlayStation 4 August 3 for a cool $29.99. Lawbreakers gameplay emphasizes verticality and maneuverability thanks to it's anti-gravity gameplay. Despite being off your feet for much of combat, players don't just float around helplessly. The action is frantic and intense due to the plethora of angles opponents can strike from. The trailer below does a good job of demonstrating the title's insane moment-to-moment gameplay. If you want to take Lawbreakers for a spin before you buy, developer Boss Key will hold a final closed beta from June 30 to July 4 that you can sign up for on the game's official website. Do you think Lawbreaker's unique spin on arena multiplayer can separate it from the genre's competitors?