The tension ratchets unbelievably high, and the simple act of peeking around a corner can lead to coronary trauma when you realize that something is standing right behind you. Like any good rollercoaster ride, Killing Floor Incursion delivers the chills and the fun in equal measure, and is well worth the price of admission.
This game is awesome, very good single player campaign as well, totally dont understand the low ratings for this, please do try this for yourself if u like zombie shootem up vr games, u will be surprised how good this actually is, trust me, i completed the full game.
LET ME RELOAD THE GUN MYSELF! I want to physicaly pull in a new magazine and pull the thing! exept for realoading with the push of a button this game is my favorite VR game right now. it is a little step further than Arizona Sunshine and way better than Far Point in my opinion.
What i love in this game is that you actuly do everything (exept realod) your self. Wanna throw a granade? well put your gun in your waist band, then grab a granade off your belt and use your other hand to pull the ring then throw it in the air. im so tired of pushing a button and this game lets me do everything my self (exept reload)
Have you ever wished Onward was on psvr as well? well i'd recommend this! If it would have pvp i would be willing to pay full price no problems at all! The campign is not too short and the horde mode has enough depth to keep me intressted.
If you wonder why this is a 9/10? its becuse the reload! if i was able to reload my self this would be a 10/10 for me. but that missing feature is huge to me and brings this game down alot! but the campign and the way you can interact with alot of things and the Co op holds this game at a solid 9/10!
This review was written after the release of Firewall Zero Hour and i'd say this is the best shooter out there!
If you can get past the fiddly controls, the underwhelming first level and the occasional progress-stopping glitches, Killing Floor: Incursion is an occasionally funny, often scary and generally fun VR shooter.
Killing zeds is a fun way to get in my daily exercise requirements but, more than that, the co-op mode can truly be a blast. If you’re looking for something you don’t have to commit to in order to enjoy yourself for a few minutes, Incursion will do the trick.
A fun first-person action game this may be, Killing Floor: Incursion rarely serves as anything other than just that. Its fluid play style and control scheme make decent use of being able to draw, aim, and holster your weapons with realism and ease, though it’s 4-5 hour campaign is often repetitive and lacks a little inspiration.
Killing Floor: Incursion, while visually accomplished and very pretty, doesn’t have anything on its mind. We’re two years into commercial virtual reality and Killing Floor: Incursion is as plain as it is tired.
Well i had high hopes for this game, spoiler alert its a huge lett down i played it on PlayStation VR the graphics are not bad its a bit pixelated but its okey, in the game i had multiple game breaking bugs for example at one level i was supposed to kill the Zeds in one room, but the zeds didn't spawn in they spawn under the floor so I had to look through the walls and shoot them that way,the gun play is criminal its really bad i can't holst my handguns i set up my camera right but I just couldn't holster my weapons, this game is about shooting and it gets it wrong I had to force myself the play it, but thankfully I paid for the game 5€ I brought the Killing Floor double feature for 5€ so I'm not that pissed but if you are planning on buying it for the full 20€ don't buy it it doesn't worth 20€ i thinking i wouldn't play it if it was for free.
SummaryIn Killing Floor: Incursion, players must assume the role of an elite Horzine Security Forces soldier as they team up with allies to fend off the horrific Zed hordes using an array of weapons including guns, blades and more. Players will be able to freely explore as they move throughout the environment, scavenging for weapons and ammo wh...