|Killing Floor 2
Killing Floor 2 (also referred as KF2) is a first-person survival coop shooter video game developed and published by Tripwire Interactive for PC and Linux. It is the sequel to Killing Floor. The game is developed on a modified Unreal Engine 3. Killing Floor 2 came out on April 21st 2015 as a Steam early access game, and saw a full retail release on November 18th in 2016. A PlayStation 4 installment was released on the same day, and a port to the Xbox One was made available on August 28, 2017. Changes from the first game include new perks and weapons, as well as a VS Mode where a second team of players controls the Zeds. As with the first game, some weapons can share bonuses from other perks, though unlike the first game this is clearly noted in the trader inventory, as any weapon compatible with a different perk will be shown under both perk listings.
The following weapons appear in the game Killing Floor 2:
With the exception of the fictional HX25 and Medic pistol, all handguns can be dual-wielded.
Beretta 92 Hybrid
The "9mm Pistol" is the starting pistol for all classes. It seems to be a odd combination of a Beretta 92FS frame (noted by the hooked trigger guard) with a 92A1/90Two Picatinny rail and a Beretta 92G Elite 1A slide (without the markings), with the gun as whole having an Inox finish. Given Tripwire's extensive experience with realistic weapons depiction from other proprietary titles (such as Red Orchestra), this was probably done to avoid possible legal issues.
As of the 'Incinerate 'N Detonate' update, the player can dual-wield 9mm Pistols like in the first game. Also like in the first game, a second pistol will be identical to the first save for lacking a weaponlight on the underbarrel rail; despite this, randomly-spawned or dropped pistols will always have the light attached.
Beretta 92FS Inox - 9x19mm. The frame and the overall finish.
Beretta 92G Elite 1A - 9x19mm. The slide and barrel.
Beretta 92A1 - 9x19mm. The Picatinny rail.
A player prepares to check the mag of his 9mm Pistol. Note the front and back slide serrations as well as the protrusions on the location of the chamber evident to the Beretta 92G Elite 1A. Also the barrel does not protrude past the slide. Also note the flashlight fitted to the pistol.
The player peers at the Beretta's magazine before loading it in. Note the shape of the cut-out in the hammer, and that the butt of the grip is rounded, evident to the 92FS.
The player character spins his 92 hybrid around his finger, giving us a better look at the barrel.
Performing a brass check, showing the round in the chamber and his proper trigger discipline.
Unlike the first Killing Floor
, where the slide locked open on its own once the reload animation was triggered, it properly only locks open when the gun runs dry now.
The speedy reload animation when one has the "Tactical reload" perk. First, an overdramatic chamber check is performed. The magazine is empty but appears to lack a follower.
About to mash in a new magazine. Note that the trigger is in double-action mode even though the hammer is cocked.
Just frames away from using the slide release. The basic reload animation has the character racking the slide.
Anton Strasser dual-wields Berettas.
Unlike in KF1, where 'aiming' with dual pistols was just a zoom and holding the two pistols slightly closer to the center of the screen, the characters in KF2 are slightly smarter; they only aim down the right-hand pistol. This doesn't explain how he's aiming the left-hand one, though.
Anton Strasser opens fire on a nearby Stalker with his dual Berettas.
After an intense battle, Strasser reloads his right-hand pistol...
...then his left-hand pistol. Note the 92A1/90Two Picatinny rail and the 92FS hooked trigger guard.
Remington 1858 New Army
An engraved Remington 1858 New Army was added in the "Return of the Patriarch" update with the Gunslinger Perk, titled as the "Remington 1858 New Army". Anyone playing as the Gunslinger class will start every match with two dual-wielded.
Remington 1858 New Army - .44 caliber
Render of the Remington 1858 New Army
Reverend Albert has his 1858 at the ready, looking out at a rather sinister looking courtyard.
Albert takes a look at the iron sights, wondering who brought the map technology from Dead Space here.
Reloading. Inserting a new cylinder.
Albert gives the 1858 a twirl.
They say six shots are more than enough to kill anything that moves. But this time, he's got twelve shots.
Along with the "Return of the Patriarch" update, the ability to simply zoom in like in the first Killing Floor
when aiming paired handguns was added; switching between the two aiming styles for dual handguns was made the secondary-fire option for them.
Reloading two 1858s includes a whole lot of flailing around.
An ornate Colt M1911A1 with a nickel finish, pearl grips, and gold assortments was added with the "Return of the Patriarch" update along with the Gunslinger Perk, titled as the "M1911 Pistol". The pistol has an eight round capacity in game using flush fitting 8-round magazines.
It likely is a reference to Supernatural, a show about humans hunting supernatural creatures (including the undead) and a patriarchal figure returning, as it very strongly resembles Dean Winchester's custom M1911A1.
M1911A1 with bright nickel finish and pearl grips - .45 ACP
Albert visiting the French subway.
Albert is not a big fan of graffiti.
After re-decorating the wall with bullet holes, Albert loads his 1911 with a new mag, looking at the oft-maligned engravings. While admittedly perhaps not the best fit for the weapons, the darkness and low contrast of most maps makes it hard to see the engravings most of the time anyway.
Brass checking the 1911 with one hand.
Reloading dual 1911s with a round in the chamber still in the left gun.
Brass checking one of the 1911s. Pulling the slide far back enough that you can see the entirety of the actual bullet would most likely eject the round.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
The Desert Eagle Mark XIX returns in Killing Floor 2 with a chrome finish, this time properly titled as the "Desert Eagle". It returned in the "Return of the Patriarch" update as the Gunslinger's third-tier weapon. It holds 7 rounds.
An interesting note is that the Desert Eagle in Killing Floor 2 makes ring-shaped muzzle flashes, which they also make in real life.
IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX with brushed chrome finish - .50 AE
Render of the Desert Eagle.
Albert brings his Desert Eagle for some Zed hunting in the woods.
Reloading the Eagle with a round still in the chamber prompts the character to keep the still partially filled mag.
As Albert makes his way through an old dark house, he brings two Desert Eagles.
Reloading the two dry Desert Eagles.
Inserting a new magazine.
Like with the 1911, brass checking the gun like this would eject the loaded round; interestingly, the left-hand gun's slide - or, for that matter, the slide of a Desert Eagle when used on its own - isn't pulled nearly as far back.
Assured that game mechanics will make the pistol unrealistically practical for the purpose, a player attempts to take on the Patriarch with only two Desert Eagles.
Smith & Wesson Model 500 Bone Collector
The Smith & Wesson Model 500 Bone Collector with custom wood grips was added with the "Return of the Patriarch" update, known generically as the "500 Magnum Revolver" in-game and titled as the "T&W 500 Zed Collector" in outside material. The player character will always cock the hammer after every shot and they can be dual-wielded, a feat that even surpasses the Desert Eagle's dual-wielding antics in sheer ridiculousness. It's very powerful in-game, even on hard and above.
A modified version was added in the "Grim Treatments" update, known as the "HRG Buckshot"; as the name implies, this variant fires shotgun shells (presumably around 36 gauge), featuring a shorter barrel, and the same gray/white/blue color scheme as the other "HRG" weapons. Being a shotgun, it is used by the Support Specialist class, serving as a Tier 3 weapon. Like the standard variant, the Buckshot can be dual-wielded.
Smith & Wesson Model 500 Bone Collector - .500 S&W Magnum
Render of the "Zed Collector".
Albert, realizing he's in a Zed infested mansion, pulls out his Magnum.
Albert makes sure the sights are good, knowing he'll need them for any and all headshots.
Reloading (although the hammer is still cocked with non-empty reloads, which would make it impossible to swing out the cylinder in reality). Pushing the extractor.
Reloading. About to feed the cylinder.
Albert spinning a 2.30 kg revolver around his finger(!).
Half Smith, half Wesson. All Zedstopper (and Wristbreaker).
Reloading. Pushing the extractor while still holding the other M500!
Reloading. Loading up the cylinder with some .500 S&W.
Reloading. Mashing the extractor with his wrist.
Reloading. Albert manages the impressive feat of reloading two revolvers without ever taking more than two fingers off of either one.
An official promo render of the HRG Buckshot; the new barrel appears to simply be a chopped-off version of the original one, sans the lightening cut towards the front.
As of the "The Descent" update, the "Flaregun" returns from the first Killing Floor, this time called the "Spitfire Revolver". It's still a heavily modified Colt 1851 Navy that shoots fireballs.
The "Yuletide Horrors" update added an additional variant known as the "HRG Winterbite". Like the other HRG weapons, it features a black/gray/blue color scheme, though the main functional change is in its ammunition; rather than firing flares, the Winterbite fires miniature grenades that can freeze enemies (similarly to the Sharpshooter's Freeze Grenades).
Colt 1851 Navy - .36 ball
An officially-released render of the Spitfire Revolver. Despite being top-break in-game, it lacks any sort of visible frame hinge.
Masterson watches the sunset, Spitfire in hand.
Thinking that the sun must be running out of fire, he aims for the sky, showing off the rather small iron sights.
An official promo render of the HRG Winterbite. Seeing as the revolver now fires the exact opposite of incendiary ammunition, it's not quite clear why it still needs a pilot light at the end of the barrel, nor why the muzzle is still thermally discolored.
Arsenal Firearms AF2011-A1
Rounding out the current list of double-barreled firearms, the Arsenal Firearms AF2011-A1 was introduced alongside the MAC-10 in the "Infinite Onslaught" update (Update 1062 on PC). The AF2011-A1 is available to the Gunslinger, and can be dual-wielded, for those not content enough with a single double-1911.
Arsenal Firearms AF2011-A1 - .45 ACP
DJ Scully heads towards the action, AF2011-A1 in hand.
He stops and examines the pistol, wondering if he should use that green resupply crate for more ammo.
Chamber-checking the AF2011. No fancy one-handed brass check for this hunk of a pistol, unfortunately; owing to its ridiculous size, it reuses the Desert Eagle's idle animations.
He sights in and prepares to blast a highlighted-stalker.
Reloading the pistol with a literal fistful of 1911 mags.
Dumping out empty magazines from the AF2011 in the heat of battle.
Blasting a clot with four barrels of fun, note the impressive muzzle flash.
Reloading the left pistol.
Releasing the right-one's slide.
Chiappa Rhino 60DS
Added in the "Grim Treatments" update, a Chiappa Rhino 60DS can be purchased; it serves as a Tier 3 weapon for the Gunslinger perk, and can be dual-wielded. It is known in-game simply as the "Rhino", featuring a Walther MRS reflex sight and (of all things) explosive fragmentation rounds. It notably re-uses the M500's animations, including the visible cocking of the hammer after every shot, despite the Rhino's "hammer" actually being a cocking lever that doesn't stay back once pulled.
Chiappa Rhino 60DS - .357 Magnum
An official promo render of the Rhino.
The Rhino 60DS on the Biolapse level.
Aiming the Chiappa, for some reason, the reticle is centered high, despite the revolver's low bore axis.
Cocking the Rhino, note the explosive effect on the targeted zed.
Dumping out the cylinder on a reload.
Feeding the Rhino with a speed loader.
Dual-wielding Rhino 60DS revolvers. The cocking indicators are clearly visible; the Rhino is modeled with them permanently raised when using two at once.
Zooming in with the basic aim mode, which reveals both red dots.
Reloading the left Chiappa, note the added "TW" and the real trademarks.
The "Yuletide Horror" update added a 3rd-generation two-tone Glock 18C as a (purchasable) weapon for the SWAT perk; it is loaded with a 33-round magazine by default, and is paired with a glass-paneled riot shield (which is broken, for some reason).
The "Perilous Plunder" update introduced another paid-for, Dredd-inspired G18C variant for the Gunslinger perk that features a unique Fischer Development 917 suppressor and all black finish. It can be dual-wielded as well.
Glock 18C (3rd generation) - 9x19mm Parabellum
An official promo render of the Glock; note the stainless slide and the "Slock" logo.
Donovan wielding the Glock 18C and body bunker combo.
Aiming the machine pistol through the broken viewport. Note the three-dot sights.
Reloading the 33-round magazine.
Dumping an empty one out of the G18C.
Thumbing the slide release. With the Tactical Reload perk, this is sped up by the player character pressing the front corner of the slide against the side of the shield to power-stroke it.
Inspecting the right side of the Glock.
The standalone G18C with the frame-rail mounted suppressor.
This version has the standard Glock u-notch sight, although it is not aligned well.
Sliding in a new magazine.
Inspecting the black G18C.
Note that the compensator cuts in the barrel would completely cancel out the suppressor's baffles. The slide is also practically being pulled off here, with the top of the chamber being visible through the keyhole.
Mag-checking a pair of G18s.
Colt 9mm Submachine Gun
The Colt 9mm Submachine Gun appears as the "AR-15 Varmint Rifle" and is the first weapon available for the Commando Perk (spawning with one in their inventory upon starting a game). It fires in semi-auto and 3-round burst modes. This version of the Colt 9mm Submachine Gun features a forward assist, tan furniture, RIS foregrip, tan rail covers, RRA Tactical Mount rear sight, usable flashlight, and a tan Magpul AFG. Despite being an SMG, it is not one of the weapons buffed when using the SWAT class, and is for all intents and purposes treated as an assault rifle by the game, including a damage profile that is nearly identical to the 5.56mm L85.
Colt 9mm SMG aka Colt R0991 with RIS handguard - 9x19mm
The player character peeks into a nasty looking room, his RO991 at the ready.
A player withdraws his SMG. Note the Tripwire logo on the magwell. Also note how the weapon is set to semi; while that is a possible fire mode in game, the model's selector won't actually move when flicking between them.
Reloading while showing off that the front sight is far too low to line up with the rear sight. Checking the chamber...
...inserting a new mag...
...and pushing the bolt release. This reload animation is only used when the player has the "Tactical Reload" perk; exactly why the player character needs special training (read: a fair bit of level grinding) to push a button instead of pulling a lever is not explained.
Reloading any weapon in the game that uses a magazine while it still has bullets in it will show the player character wisely keeping the magazine instead of dropping it.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1
The Heckler & Koch MP7A1, appearing as the "MP7 SMG", returns in the "Tactical Response" update along with the "SWAT" class. Compared to its appearance in the original game, it's fitted with a suppressor and a C-More red dot sight instead of the Trijicon RX01. It also fits 40-round magazines by default, but which start out only holding 30 bullets; like with the Medic in the first game, leveling its associated perk increases the amount of bullets per magazine, with the maximum level allowing for an unrealistic doubled capacity of 60.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1 - 4.6x30mm
Sighting up a zed with the C-more sight.
Performing a mid-mag reload as a siren approaches.
Reloading. Dropping out the dry mag.
Pulling the charging handle. With the "Tactical reload" perk, the bolt-release will be used instead.
Interestingly, the world model of the MP7 shows it equipped with a flashlight; it is not present in the first person model.
Heckler & Koch MP5A2
The Heckler & Koch MP5A2 was added in the "Tactical Response" update. It appears as the "MP5RAS SMG". It has an incorrect 40 round capacity despite its 30-round magazine (presumably as part of an effort to make it a proper upgrade over the starting MP7). It can fire in either full-auto or three-round bursts.
MP5A2-RAS by Jing Gong - 6mm BB
Taking a look at the loaded magazine. Here it's rather obvious that the MP5A2 has a safe-semi-auto receiver, which wouldn't allow three-round burst fire.
The model was retextured in a patch to include the 3-round burst setting.
Reloading. Pulling back the bolt.
Just a few frames away from the HK-slap.
Heckler & Koch UMP45
Introduced with the "Krampus Christmas" event (Update 1059 on PC), the Heckler & Koch UMP is another SMG available to the SWAT perk. As with the MP5, it can fire in either three-round burst or full auto, and holds 30 rounds in its box magazine. It is also outfitted with an EOtech holographic sight and folding foregrip.
Heckler & Koch UMP45 - .45 ACP
Wishing for a winter coat, Donovan will have to rely on his H&K UMP to keep him warm instead.
Aiming through the holo sight. In Zed-time, both it and the rear sight shake around quite a bit while firing.
Chamber-checking the UMP.
Mid-magazine reload; note the new mag is clipping with the side rail.
Loading the fresh magazine.
Locking the bolt back inside the Krampus's nasty lair.
Tossing out the spent mag.
HK-slapping the bolt home, just like on the MP5RAS.
FN P90 TR
The FN P90 TR appears as the "P90 SMG". It was added in the "Tactical Response" update. It is fitted with a Trijicon RX30 reflex sight.
Like in many games, the P90's magazine is opaque instead of translucent, which is always unfortunate.
Performing a brass check, note the 5.7x28mm round.
Reloading. Pulling out the empty mag.
About to seat in a new one.
Pulling the charging handle. This particular animation is the "Tactical Reload" variant, which for this weapon isn't much different from the normal one, just faster and with slightly different motions.
Along with the "Tactical Response" update, the KRISS USA Vector was added into the game. It appears as the "KRISS SMG", and is the Tier 4 weapon for the SWAT perk. It is fitted with a Sightmark Sure Shot or similar model reflex sight.
TDI / KRISS USA Gen I Vector - .45 ACP
Note that the Vector has a folded down front sight but no rear sight.
The sight picture of the red dot.
Performing a brass check, showing off the bolt.
The brass check animation was updated to be more of a brass check and less of a pull-the-charging-handle-in-a-weird-way.
Reloading. Pushing the mag-release.
Mashing in a new Glock 21 magazine.
Pulling the charging handle. Similarly to the MP7, with the "Tactical reload" perk, the bolt-release is utilized.
Another fan favorite from the original game, the MAC-10 (referred to as "Mac-10" ingame) is available to the Firebug and SWAT perks since the "Infinite Onslaught" update. It still features a suppressor and fires incendiary rounds, regardless of whatever perk is being used. Both semi-auto and full-auto fire modes are available.
MAC-10 submachine gun with Sionics Two-Stage Sound Suppressor - .45 ACP
D.A.R. draws his "MAC-10 nine-millimeter," which doesn't have quite the same ring as Arnold's famous Uzi line
. Whenever drawn, the player character fully folds the buttplate over the receiver, apparently it hangs loose whenever holstered. Actually bothering to use it would probably be a bit wiser.
Blasting the horde with suppressed, incendiary rounds from the M10.
D.A.R. locks the bolt back on an empty reload...
...throws out the empty magazine...
...and inserts a new one.
As with other weapons in the game, bugs sometimes show the bolt incorrectly closed.
Pulling the charging handle on the speed-reload; this happens last instead of first as done in the normal animation.
Brought back with the "Twisted Christmas: Seasons Beatings" update for December 2018, the M1928 Thompson is available to the Commando and SWAT perks. It feeds from the signature 50-round drum magazines, and is capable of either semi-automatic or full-automatic fire.
M1928 "Tommy Gun" with 50-round drum magazine - .45 ACP
Holding the Tommy Gun in-game.
Looking down the sights at a deranged gingerbread man.
Checking the drum magazine reveals a lone .45 ACP round.
The charging handle is correctly pulled back first when reloading from empty.
Inserting a new drum mag, basically the same procedure as ammo checking other than the drum is taken offscreen and replaced with another.
Inspecting the other sides of the SMG show that the bolt is always locked forward though.
Mossberg 500 Rolling Thunder
The Mossberg 500 is the first weapon for the Support Perk, who spawns with it already in his inventory, and can occasionally be found on the ground during a wave. The distinct muzzle device shows that it is the Rolling Thunder model. Attached to the rail under the muzzle device is a usable flashlight. Rather than the 5+1 12-gauge shells that the real model holds, in-game it holds 7+1 20-gauge shells.
Mossberg 500 Rolling Thunder - 12 gauge
A player with his Mossberg while marveling at the destroyed Paris streets.
The empty reload - inserting the first shell into the chamber...
... while the rest of the shells are inserted into the magazine tube.
The player character performs a brass check of his Mossberg 500.
Aiming with the muzzle brake's bead sight.
Benelli M4 Super 90
The Benelli M4 Super 90 shotgun with an NP3 mariner finish is the third weapon available for the Support Perk. Just like in the first game, it is equipped with a weaponlight mounted under the magazine tube as well as a red dot sight on the top rail. It originally had a 5+1 round capacity similarly to the first game, though this has been changed to a 7+1 round capacity in a patch, better reflecting the tube-magazine model.
Benelli M4 Super 90 in H20 NP3 mariner finish - 12 gauge
Standing around in the catacombs, the player character has his M4 Super 90 prepared for some Zed slaughter.
A player performs an ammo check. As with the M1911, this brass check in reality would most likely throw the checked shell directly into the player character's face.
A view of the right side of the M4.
Dropping a shell into the chamber...
...then loading the rest in the magazine tube.
Aiming through the micro red dot.
Double Barreled Shotgun
The 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun, known here as the "Double-barrel Boomstick", makes its return from the first title, and is the second weapon available to the Support Perk. It deals more damage per shot than the standard pump-action and has the ability to fire both barrels for even greater single-shot power, but has a wider pellet spread and is restricted to two shells at a time. Unlike in the previous game, it can be reloaded when only one shot was fired, although the animation will still show the character extracting and dropping both shells.
Stoeger/IGA imported side by side shotgun - 12 gauge
The Double Barreled Shotgun in game.
DJ Scully shows us the two shotgun shells that he intends to load into his Boomstick.
Performing a brass check, showing off how detailed the shotguns engravings are.
The AA-12 is a tier 4 weapon for the Support class. It is a fully automatic shotgun and fires from 20-round drum magazines. It is possible to fire the AA-12 in semi only via changing the fire mode, something which isn't possible nor even necessarily required with an actual AA-12 as the low rate-of-fire means it's easy to get single shots with quick squeezes and releases of the trigger. It sports Navy blue and gray digital camouflage and a pump-shotgun-like foregrip tacked onto the existing foregrip. There is a laser sight mounted on the left side end of the foregrip and a flashlight mounted on the right side end of the foregrip, neither of which can be used.
A player fires his AA-12 into a Scrake at close range in one of the game's beta advertisements from the first game.
Another player, having cunningly disguised his AA-12 as a tree to better blend into the streets of a burning Paris, lulls a Scrake into a false sense of security.
The AA-12, ready to tear up some Zeds. Note the digital camouflage.
The player character takes a look at the right side of the weapon, noticing the closed bolt, much to his frustration. The AA-12 is an open-bolt weapon, but in-game it is shown as a closed-bolt. It is nonetheless strange as it was shown properly with an open-bolt in the first Killing Floor
Pulling back the charging handle shows this oddity, the bolt doesn't move at all!
The issue of the closed bolt has since been fixed, the shell is however a little bit too far down into the drum. Also, occasionally the bolts of weapons will glitch out from Zed Time; in the case of the AA-12, the bolt will lock closed as it used to be.
Pulling the charging handle is still useless as the bolt never closes in the first place. Note however that the shell is in a more proper position in this particular animation.
Aiming reveals the front sight is a bit low, not that it really matters when using an automatic shotgun in the apocalypse.
Winchester Model 1897
The Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun" returns from the first game, again loaded with 'Dragons Breath' shells and correctly holding 5+1 shells. Referred to in-game as the 'Incendiary Trench Gun', it is the Tier 2 weapon for the Firebug Perk. Like the previous game, enemies hit will take normal shotgun damage, ignite, and will take additional fire damage over time. This makes it a good backup to the Flamethrower when high spike damage is needed.
Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun" - 12 gauge
Nice profile view of the Trench Gun, showing all the lovely imperfections on the wood and steel, as to be expected of a hundred year old shotgun.
Aiming down the Trench Gun's sights.
Mr. Foster performs a brass check on his Trench Gun, clearly showing a "Dragon's Breath" shell loaded in the chamber.
Mr. Foster unloads a flurry of burning magnesium on some nearby Clots and Gorefasts.
After running dry, Foster cleverly loads the first shell directly into the chamber...
...and loads the rest of the shells into the tubular magazine. The overall six-shell capacity in this game is more correct than in the first game, where the player characters would load the tube with one more shell than it could actually hold before chambering one.
Standard Manufacturing DP-12
The Standard Manufacturing DP-12 appears in game as the slightly modified 'HZ-12 Multi-Action' shotgun in the Support's arsenal. Introduced in the 2017 Summer Sideshow update, it is an alternate Tier 2 weapon, alongside the Double-barrel Boomstick, costing £750. The primary difference from the real weapon, like the version of the KSG-12 added to the first game, is the replacement of the twin 7+1 tube magazines with a single 16-round detachable box magazine, with two separate stacks for feeding the inline barrels. This means that all rounds are resupplied in one action to make reloading from empty faster, but also means that quicker top-ups after only a few shells are impossible, unlike its real-life counterpart.
Standard Manufacturing DP-12 - 12 gauge
Profile view of the HZ12 Multi Action.
Performing a mag check, clearly showing the two stacks for feeding the two separate barrels. This weapon, and its real-life counterpart's method of feeding two barrels from two mags, is at odds with the design of other bullpup shotguns, such as the Kel-Tec KSG
and UTAS UTS-15
, which feed from two mag tubes into a single barrel.
Lt. Masterson performing a brass check, showing the Horzine-branded shells loaded.
Aiming down the weapon's sights. Note that the sights are misaligned, an error which was fixed in a later update.
The gun in mid-recoil. The HZ12 fires 10 pellets per shot, making it one of the more powerful shotguns. However, it has a wider spread, making it less effective at range.
Correct to the real steel's mode of operation, the user only re-chambers two fresh shells after two are expended. However, someone on the dev team apparently didn't tell the effects guy that the weapon used a new shell texture, instead reusing the red shells of the M4 and AA12.
Lt. Masterson reloads his weapon during a break in combat.
Winchester Model 1894
The Winchester Model 1894 is a returning rifle from the original Killing Floor. Designed for the Sharpshooter and first teased with a render released on February 19 2016. The weapon was eventually added along the prison map, the crossbow and some other stuff as part of the "Revenge of the Zeds" update on April 7 2016. It shares similar characteristics to the version from the original game, though its power has been reduced somewhat, its magazine capacity has been increased to 12 rounds, and it utilizes a standard rear sight rather than the rear tang peep sight it originally had (though its image in the Trader's menu still shows it with that peep sight).
Winchester Model 1894 Saddle Ring Carbine - .30-30
The render for the Winchester 1894.
Rob, a former police officer, finds himself in the new prison map with a shiny Winchester 1894.
Rob cycles the lever after some fruitless sky shooting. Note the new round about to be chambered.
Reloading. About to insert a round in the chamber...
...and then loading the rest in the magazine tube.
Mossberg 464 SPX Centerfire
A Mossberg 464 SPX Centerfire with a red-dot sight was introduced in the 2017 Summer Sideshow event, being an alternate Tier-2 weapon for the Sharpshooter, alongside the existing Crossbow.
Mossberg Model 464 SPX - .30-30 WCF
Profile view of the SPX 464.
Briar performs a brass check. Unfortunately, the extractor appears to have failed on him.
"Oh well, even if it is broken, it'll make a nice piece on the wall." Briar sighs as he examines his broken weapon from the left...
Briar racks the action open again just to check he wasn't going crazy in his old age. He wasn't. Sadly.
Aiming through the red-dot sight. If lever-action purists didn't already vomit at the sight of this modernised interpretation of a classic, then the use of an optic on it will seal the deal.
It's now or never, though. Briar takes aim, fires, and cycles. Luckily, game mechanics kicked in and the extractor is working again.
Overjoyed, Briar takes a few unaimed shots at the colourful Sideshow horde in celebration that he is not doomed.
After running dry, Briar opens the action and prepares to load a round directly into the chamber.
After that, he tops-up the tubular magazine.
Added in the "Yuletide Horror" update as a paid DLC weapon, the Mosin-Nagant M91/30 is an available rifle for the Sharpshooter, with its main distinction (aside from being the game's only normal repeating turnbolt-action) being increased melee damage, courtesy of its permanently-attached spike bayonet.
Mosin-Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mmR
An official promo render of the Mosin, showing off the bayonet. And the rather well-polished finish.
As with the Barrett M99, the user turns down the bolt fully when drawing the Mosin-Nagant.
Rev. Alberts with the Mosin rifle.
Cycling the bolt in Zed time.
Reloads are always done with full stripper clips, although only the correct number of cartridges are loaded in when not-empty.
The Reverend then removes and flicks aside the clip. With the speed reload, it is quickly shoved out.
Chamber-checking the Mosin.
Giving a porcine clot the appropriate pig-sticking with the bayonet.
Here, Strasser shows the speed reload, where the stripper clip is grabbed first and then the action is opened.
Assault Rifles & Carbines
The L85A2 is the second weapon for the Сommando Perk. It replaces the L22A2 from the original and is fitted with an EOtech 553 holographic sight. It also sports Magpul PMAGs as its standard magazines. Interestingly, it has the knob-shaped charging handle of the L85A1 instead of the comma shaped A2 style charging handle. It doesn't appear to be an actual A1 however, as it has the magazine-release fencing of the A2.
L85A2 with SUSAT scope - 5.56x45mm NATO
L85A1 with SUSAT scope - 5.56x45mm NATO. Note the shape of the charging handle in comparison to the A2.
The player character holds his L85A2 whilst enjoying the view.
Fearing the rain will make the gun all wet, he puts it away. Here the mag-release fencing is obvious.
The L85A2 gets lit up from the flash of lighting, here the Magpul PMAG can be seen.
The player character fondling the EOtech sight for some reason.
Checking the mag, looking closely, there seems to be bullets modeled in the mag.
The player character about to give the charging handle a tug. Note the knob shape.
Inserting a new mag. The bolt is not properly depicted as looking back.
The AK-12 is the third Commando Perk weapon and replaces the AIMR from the first game. It is fitted with a Kobra red dot sight and a vertical foregrip. It can be fired in full-auto at 600rpm or three-round burst at 1000rpm.
AK-12 - 5.45x39mm, 2012 prototype
According to the game, the AK-12 was found on a dead Spetsnaz soldier.
Checking to make sure the magazine is loaded with bullets, which it is! Unlike many games where they are loaded with nothing or flat textures.
Checking the chamber, note the bullet.
The basic reload animation of the AK-12 shows the player character kicking out the dry magazine with the new one.
With the "Tactical reload" perk however, the character knocks out the magazine with his or her thumb and then
proceeds to grab a fresh mag.
Haenel MKb 42(H)
The MKb 42(H) returns from the first game, originally dual-wielded by Doctor Hans Volter, a boss that appears on the final wave. Hans will use his two assault rifles he calls his "Twin Vipers" on the players when they are at a distance, unless he resorts to his nerve gas grenades. His MKb 42s have the stocks removed and are fitted with bayonets, which he gladly uses when the player gets close to him when he's firing the assault rifles. If he is knocked down he will drop his MKb 42s but by using some sort of magnetic device they are pulled back in his hands as he gets back up.
As of the October 2018 "Halloween Horrors: Monster Masquerade Update," the MKb 42(H) can be unlocked through completing a series of event challenges. It is a Commando perk weapon and falls in between the AK-12 and SCAR-H in terms of performance.
Haenel MKb 42(H) - 7.92x33mm
The telltale magazine and distinct shape gives away that the guns are indeed MKb 42(H)s.
A MKb 42(H) on the ground after a fight with Hans Volter.
An officially-released render of the MKb.
Strasser holds his hard-earned and trusty MKb 42(H) near the starting area of the Halloween map.
A look down the iron sights.
Mid-reloading the MKb 42; pressing the invisible magazine release.
The normal empty reload is performed in an HK-like manner.
Inserting a fresh 8mm Kurz magazine.
Palming the charging handle and bolt forward.
The fast tactical reload, which shows off the rendered cartridges in the mags.
Pulling the charging handle in a more generic way at the end of a fast empty reload.
Looking down the right side of the Haenel MKb.
SIG-Sauer SG556 Classic
The "Halloween Horrors: Monster Masquerade Update" of October 2018 added, among other things, the "HMTech 501 Grenade Rifle". Unlike the Medic's other HMTech 01-series weapons (which are all the same fictional pistol in increasingly massive carbine stocks, apart from the pistol itself), the 501 appears to be a heavily-modified SIG-Sauer SG 556 Classic, fitted with an underslung FN EGLM. This is another critical difference from the Medic's other weapons: unlike the rest, which have a secondary option to fire ally-healing darts, the 501 can instead fire (apparently caseless) grenades; these work the same way as the Medic's hand grenades, releasing gas that harms enemies and heals allies. It is fitted with the same red-dot sight as the other HMTech weapons, complete with ammo counter; other notable features include a thumbhole stock, a 30-round magazine that resembles a shrunken, stretched-out 7.62x39mm AK magazine, and a reciprocating, left-side-mounted charging handle. Interestingly, when the rifle portion is reloaded, the grenade launcher's barrel slides forward and the body drops down, returning to place when the new magazine is inserted; on an empty reload, the charging handle also locks itself back until a new magazine is inserted. The EGLM is reloaded much the same way as the M203 below.
SIG-Sauer SG556 Classic - 5.56x45mm NATO
An officially-released render of the HMTech-501.
Aiming down the generic reflex sight model used all the medic's weapons.
Reloading a healing grenade into the EGLM.
Playing around with the grenade launcher's handguard.
Looking at the right side of the weapon.
An M16A4 fitted with an M203 grenade launcher was added in the "Tactical Response" update for the "Demolitionist" class.
M16A4 (5.56x45mm) with M203 40mm grenade launcher
Sighting up the massive skeleton statue. These appear to be KAC 300 meter style flip-up sights.
Performing a chamber check.
Reloading. Inserting a new magazine. Note that the fire-selector is unfortunately on safe.
Pulling the charging handle in a very awkward way to chamber a new round. The reload animation for this rifle is reused from the "Varmint rifle".
Reloading the M203. Despite using the same 40mm grenades, the M203 has a noticeably lower AoE than the M79. Note the star on the magwell with "BLACK STAR" written next to it.
Unequpping the weapon shows of the Magpul MIAD grip. While difficult to make out, the markings on the receiver read "BLACK STAR WEAPONS DIVISON".
Battle Rifles & Sniper Rifles
Yet another weapon returning from the first game, the Barrett M99 was introduced with "The Summer Sideshow: Treacherous Skies" update in June 2018. When equipping the Barrett, the player character sets the bolt handle fully down; when putting it away, the character quickly unlocks and disengages the bolt handle, possibly as an added safety measure or just to look flashy.
Donovan catches a lull in the action, M99 in hand.
Sighting in a steampunk zed with the scope.
Reloading the single-shot rifle with another .50 BMG cartridge.
Idle animation of the Barrett; checking the chamber.
In another animation, Scully twirls another fifty-caliber round around his fingers.
Speed-reloading of the M99 with a fresh round in hand.
The FN FAL also makes a return from the first game in the 2018 "Halloween Horrors: Monster Masquerade Update." It retains the ACOG scope, and compared to the Mark 14 EBR, it has select fire functionality and starts with one more extra mag's worth of ammo at the expense of having slightly less damage and the full-auto recoil is severe.
DSA SA58 FAL with 18" barrel - 7.62x51mm NATO
An officially-released render of the FAL.
The FAL in-game, looking for zeddies to slot. Note that it has black furniture now as opposed to the wooden parts in the first installment.
Aiming down the ACOG scope, basically the same as the Mk 14's.
Checking one of the twenty-round magazines while watching DJ Count Volter.
Offering some zeds an empty FAL mag.
Pulling the charging handle; this is also one of the idle animations.
Right side of the right arm of the uninfected world.
FN SCAR-H CQC (Mk 17 Mod 0)
The FN SCAR-H CQC appears as the "SCAR-H Assault Rifle" and is the most powerful weapon for the Commando Perk. Like in the first game, the SCAR-H is equipped with a 20-round magazine and a Tango Down vertical foregrip (now in black). Unlike the first game however, the charging handle is flipped onto the right side and the barrel is short, indicating it is the CQC model. It sports an Aimpoint CompM2 red dot sight instead of the CompM4s on a riser and it has an InForce WML flashlight attached to the left rail.
FN SCAR-H CQC - 7.62x51mm NATO.
A pre-release screenshot of the SCAR-H.
The player character admires an aurora borealis, SCAR-H in hand in case some pesky Zeds show up to ruin the moment.
Brass checking the SCAR. Note that the magazine release button is just a flat texture.
Inserting a new magazine.
A SCAR-H being 3D printed at the dosh sink.
A painting found on the second-to-last stage of "Nightmare" shows two soldiers armed with SCAR-Hs, one with a clown face imposed over his head.
Mk 14 Mod 0 EBR
The Mk 14 Mod 0 Enhanced Battle Rifle returns from the first game with the addition of the Sharpshooter perk. Referred to as the US Army "M14 EBR" like in the first game, it is the Tier 3 weapon for the Sharpshooter perk. Its usage and attributes are for the most part similar to that in the first game, being a semi-automatic rifle with a laser sight, but its model has many changes and differences - it uses the Mod 0's pistol grip and sliding stock rather than the fixed Sage CA-Mandatory stock, it has the usual Kydex handguard instead of rail covers, the laser aiming module is actually present on the model (mounted ahead of the handguard) and permanently powered on rather than acting as a toggle function to force a laser to emit from the ether, the body is given a tan finish, and a scope rail mounting an ACOG is attached above the action.
Mk 14 Mod 0 Enhanced Battle Rifle with spare magazine - 7.62x51mm NATO
Render of the Mk 14 Mod 0. Note despite the above there is no laser aiming module present here, it apparently being a last-minute addition to the model.
Idle with the Mk 14 Mod 0, showing the always-active laser.
The scope reticle. This green "dot & horseshoe" reticle is an actual factory option for Trijicon ACOG sights. Note how the outside of the optic isn't magnified.
Performing a brass check. Here the laser module can be clearly seen.
Empty-reloading without the "Tactical Reload" perk. Beginning with very violently throwing away the dry mag, causing it to spin all over the place.
Then not so violently rocking in a fresh mag.
Chambering a new round. Like in many games, the bolt is not depicted as locking back.
The speed-reload skill gives the EBR a full reload much like the AS VAL in Battlefield 4
Note the just knocked out, empty magazine.
Milkor MGL Mk 1S
Another weapon brought over from the first game, the Milkor MGL was made available to the Demolitions perk with the "Twisted Christmas: Season's Beatings" update, under the "M32 MGL" designation. It appears to mount a Meprolight M21 reflex sight.
Milkor MGL Mk 1S in desert tan finish fitted with Armson OEG reflex sight - 40x46mm
The Milkor MGL inside of Santa's workshop.
About to deal with a couple of "naughties" by sending them some 40mm presents with aid of the reflex sight.
Twisting the cylinder in one of the idle animations.
Reloading the MGL. Spent rounds are dumped offscreen.
Filling up the cylinders.
Checking the right side of the launcher.
M79 Grenade Launcher
The M79 returns from the first game as the Tier 3 weapon for the Demolition Perk. An option skin, available from random loot drops, has orange tiger-stripe paint job, a homage to the Vietnam War movie Apocalypse Now. Like in KF1, the grenade will not detonate at very short ranges, but will deal 'impact' damage only. Firing large 40mm grenades, it can easily take out a group of weak enemies, or deal heavy damage to a single large ZED. However, its single-shot nature means it is slow to reload, which can be dangerous if the player becomes boxed in.
M79 Grenade Launcher with sight folded down - 40x46mm
View model of the M79. Tripwire have done some really nice weathering detail on this weapon. Though difficult to see in the dark, on the barrel, you can see the orange tiger stripes.
Aiming down the M79's iron sights. I imagine the weapon would be even more useful if the characters ever thought to unfold the leaf-sights.
Performing an ammo check on the M79. A large, mean 40mm HE grenade sits waiting in the breech.
Mr. Foster reloading his M79.
The RPG-7 appears in Killing Floor 2 as the "Rocket Launcher" and is the Tier 4 weapon for the Demolition Perk. Interestingly, the back blast from the RPG-7 is actually simulated in-game, it is possible to damage or kill Zeds with it.
The player character holding the RPG while standing around in a port in Denmark.
Mr Foster, loading another Rocket into the RPG-7
General Dynamics XM301
The General Dynamics XM301 appears as a weapon for the Patriarch Boss that was added in the "Return of the Patriarch" update (as one might guess). It is fed from what can only be explained as a "Horzine ammo cache" from an outward appearance, located behind the weapon and mounted under what appears to be the weapon's power source.
General Dynamics XM301 - 20x102mm. This variant was developed for the RAH-66 Comanche, and never entered production.
A render of the Patriarch, The XM301 is attached to his mechanical arm.
The Patriarch tapping away at some form of display in his intro. He will do this every time he's about to fire missiles out of what seems to be the XM301, however that works.
The Patriarch charges at a player character.
The Patriarch lets loose and fires his arm-mounted XM301, while the player reconsiders if the 9mm Varmint Rifle was really an appropriate choice.
The stubby XM301 on display on one stage of the "Biolapse" level.
The Stoner 63 was added with "The Descent" update. The machine gun is a commando weapon in-game, it deals less damage per shot than all other commando weapons but it makes up for it in rate of fire and capacity. It holds 75 rounds in a box magazine and is locked to full-auto.
Render of the Stoner 63 released before the update.
Briar sneaking through a fallout shelter on the "Nuked" map.
Briar unleashing a shower of lead in ZED time.
Reloading. After pulling the charging handle (which is positioned on the bottom of the handguard) the top cover is lifted and the empty box mag pulled out.
Inserting a new magazine.
Taking a peek at the right side of the LMG, showing off the belt full of 5.56.
Hand Held M134 Minigun
The Halloween 2020 "Infernal Insurrection" update introduced a hand-held M134 Minigun for the Commando class. It feeds from attached belt boxes that contain 90 rounds of ammunition and fires at 1200 RPM, tame by the standards for a rotary gun but still a very capable zed-shredder nonetheless. It also cannot be aimed; using the aim function slightly zooms in and winds up the barrels.
handheld M134 Minigun - (fake) 7.62x51mm NATO
Mr. Foster wields a fist of iron on the Hellmark Station map. The first person posture is rather awkward; in third person, the minigun is actually shown wielded in a left-handed posture. Here it appears Foster is either chicken-winging his right arm up or his eyeballs have relocated to his chest.
Inspecting the M134. The barrel cluster spins dramatically; in reality this would let out a burst of fire.
Blasting zeds in classic "Ol' Painless" style.
Reloading the Minigun's belt box drum.
Thumping a crawler zed that has apparently dressed up as Petey Priranha.
M112 C4 Demolition Pack
C4 explosives are the second-tier primary weapon available to the Demolitionist perk.
M112 C4 demolition charge
M67 Fragmentation Grenade
Listed as "HE Grenade", the M67 hand grenade is the throwable of choice for the Commando and Survivalist perks.
M67 fragmentation grenade
Throwing an M67 in Zed Time, note that the safety lever is still on.
M84 Flashbang Grenade
The SWAT perk utilizes the M84 stun grenade, which will stun Zeds and blow up lower-tier clots that stand too close to its detonation.
Bouncing a Flashbang off a wooden post.
Mk 2 Fragmentation Grenade
The Mk 2 hand grenade is used by the Support perk. Unlike the M67 "HE" grenades, the "Frag Grenade" throws a shower of shrapnel that will tear through Zeds.
Mk 2 "Pineapple" fragmentation hand grenade
Tossing a Mark 2 grenade at some clots.
Scully makes a peace-offering to the Fleshpound.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate
Doctor Hans Volter also has access to Model 24 Stielhandgranates in his arsenal. They vary in function, from being standard high-explosive charges to being used to deploy either harmless smoke or his favorite nerve gas. He generally tosses them out in a cluster around himself to scatter players when surrounded.
Model 24 Stielhandgranate hand grenade
7.5 cm Pak 40
Downsized 7.5 cm Pak 40 AT guns are present on one stage of the "Nightmare" level in a very Stalingrad-like setting.
7.5 cm Pak 40 anti-tank gun - 75x714mm R
A downscaled Pak 40 on "Nightmare," another one can be seen just past its muzzle.