Killing Floor: London's Finest Character Pack
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Requires Killing Floor (base game) to use this DLC.
The "London's Finest" Character Pack adds 4 more new and unique playable characters for Killing Floor as Downloadable Content. Once you have bought the pack, they will become selectable in the character selection screen in-game.
Chopper Harris had spent the last few years beating seven bells out of people at soccer grounds all over Europe. In return he'd taken a few kickings from cops from Scotland to Turkey. But the best bit about the onset of the Apocalypse was that suddenly no-one was trying to stop him - AND they let him play with guns!
Kevo the Chav
Kevo the Chav loved nothing better on a Saturday afternoon than hanging round cheap sporting goods stores, drinking crap lager, trying to work up the courage to indulge in some shop-lifting. He was as surprised as anyone when he grew a real pair and fought his way past the on-coming Zeds in Croydon High Street.
Captain Sir Richard Wiggins, 5th Baronet of Warbury, was classic minor British aristocracy. Educated at Eton, he progressed through Cambridge and Sandhurst, to a commission in the Brigade of Guards. After the initial shock of seeing the barracks stormed and destroyed by monsters, he found zed-killing to be jolly good sport, really.
Reverend Alberts had been the vicar of Saint Ethel's in West London for nearly 20 years before the outbreak. Clearly his take on the apocalypse came from watching too many horror movies at the youth centre with a bunch of 16-year-olds! He wasn't expecting to have to take it to the streets...
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These DLC skins show a lighter side of Killing Floor, and are a good indication of how the game doesn't always take itself so seriously. From the stereotypical combat priest to the British guard with a couple of larger than life gangsters thrown in for good measure this is one of the more light-hearted DLC packs for Killing Floor, and at two dollars the price is just right.
To those who aren't familiar with the game, the DLC skins do not actually change the gameplay when you select them outside of changing your appearance. This is the type of DLC you buy to support the company if you're a fan. And as a fan I had no problem coughing up a couple bucks to show my support in exchange for skins that stand apart from the default selection.