Until the end of August, Killing Floor 2 will have various weekly challenges. Last week, we had Bobble Zed which was hilarious since all the enemies’ heads went huge. It was priceless.
This week, we have Poundemonium. Poundemonium is offering a combat against insane amount of Fleshpounds in the Poundemonium Outbreak. But beware, some of them are stronger than others.
The mode has two new zeds—a Quarter Pound which is a mini Fleshpound, which behaves differently than a regular Fleshpound. They have less health, are in much higher numbers, and move much faster than a regular Fleshpound. The other is a King Fleshpound, which is the ‘big daddy’ of all Fleshpounds. He has a new attack and is the boss for this mode. The chest beam attack is something he uses when he gets really pissed and the player is too far for his melee to hit his target. The beam attack does a lot of damage, the best way to dodge is to get behind cover or crouch, which will have the beam fly over your head.
A King Fleshpound. Well, bring it in! A King Fleashpound is equal to a KF2’s standard boss. Remember that weekly challenges must be completed on Suicidal difficulty.
Here, take a look at upcoming challenges:
July 18 – Up, Up and Decay – Try to make ninety-nine Zed balloons.
Shooting Zeds in this outbreak will cause them to inflate like balloons, even to the point of floating away and popping!
July 25 – Zed Time – All the Zed Time in the world.
Ever think that life is passing you by? Not in this outbreak! You’ll be in Zed Time any time you’re near a Zed.
August 1 – Beefcake – Bigger they are, harder you fall.
In this outbreak, Zeds increase their health, size, and reach when they hit players or are affected by certain Zed abilities.
August 8 – Boom – Zeds under pressure; may explode.
Maybe it was something they ate? Bad gas? Whatever it was, Zeds explode when killed in this outbreak.