Big Killing Floor 2 Update Out Now With New Boss, Class, Maps, and More
Days after revealing what would be included in it, Tripwire Interactive has released a new update for Killing Floor 2, and it's another substantial one.
The Return of the Patriarch update is headlined by the addition of a new boss--the game's second--named the Patriarch. The "Return" bit of the name references the fact that this is the boss from the first Killing Floor, although he's now equipped with some new attacks to keep things fresh.
Also in this update are two new maps, the Black Forest and Farmhouse, the Zed-conomy and Trading Floor Store, and a new character (which you can unlock for free by subscribing to the game's Steam group). There's also a new perk, Gunslinger, centered around pistols, of which there are several new ones (along with the new bowie knife and nail bomb).
Other new features and changes in the update include 74 more achievements, improved physics when players are killed (so that they can now go flying into walls, make crunching noises, and other gross things), and tweaks to some perk attributes. You can see the full changelog here.
For millions of years, humans lived on Earth—playing out billions of little dramas, fighting wars, shaping the planet in our own image, and occasionally looking up into the night sky, up at a bright, white orb and thinking “What if?”
In 1969, “What if?” became “When?”
And according to Ubisoft, “When?” is answered by “2205” a.k.a. “When humanity finally colonizes the moon.”
Moonage daydreamAnno 2205 is the latest iteration of Ubisoft’s long-running city builder/sometimes-an-RTS series, this time taking us even further into the future than the previous Anno 2070. In the process, Anno 2205 takes us to the pseudo-arctic and (eventually) to the moon.
You’re the CEO of a newly-formed corporation—part of the Lunar Licensing Program, which aims to go all John F. Kennedy and establish permanent human settlements on the moon’s surface. The goal? Harvest Helium-3 for cheap and plentiful energy.
This is the main conceit of the Campaign, and it’ll talk you step-by-step through setting up a viable…
9 THINGS ABOUT PRE-ANDROID AND PRE-IPHONE FEATURE PHONES THAT NOBODY UNDER 20 WILL BELIEVE
Mobile telephone has come a long way ever since the first mobile phone, DynaTAC was unveiled by Motorola. DynaTAC looked and felt like a brick, had a one line display and you could only make and receive calls. People who were born after the 1995s may not even have seen DynaTAC or that matter the next series of mobiles phones to hit the market.
Today we list the nine unbelievable things about pre-Android, pre-iOS feature phones which you wont believe existed.
1. Batteries went for weeks
Today if your smartphone battery lasts a whole day, you will count yourself lucky. Back in the days when Nokia and Motorola mobiles phones ruled the roost, the batteries of phones could go on and on. Nokia’s were particularly rugged and could carry on with a single charge for a weeks at end.
2. The best mobile game was Snake
There was a time when a game called Snake ruled mobile gaming. You would be surprised to …
The Dark Rock Pro 3 represents be quiet!'s greatest cooling-to-noise effort to date, but can it beat well-known Big Air rivals in overall performance or value?
The Dark Rock Pro 3’s “No Compromise Silence And Performance” tagline might be grammatically incorrect, yet it still conveys the low noise message of manufacturer be quiet! The firm has apparently put quite a bit of effort into matching noise-optimized fans with specifically sized heat sinks, but then again, so has its competitors.
Though functional differences between the Dark Rock Pro 3 and competing models aren’t visually identifiable, aesthetic improvements include a black-anodized, formed aluminum top with matching caps on its heat pipes. A 135mm fan fills the center position between two radiators, while the 120mm front fan’s smaller size provides additional clearance for DRAM. Overlap above DIMMs is almost certain with coolers this large, and the Dark Rock Pro 3 gives builders about 1.6” of clearance to work with.