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Killing Floor: PostMortem Character Pack





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Killing Floor: PostMortem Character Pack





The PostMortem 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.

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The PostMortem 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.

  • Harold Hunt

    Harold was the front man for the underground punk band "The Fecking Nancies", who played mingin' pubs and bars all over South London. And if he wasn't screaming into a microphone about anarchy and chaos he was out causing it by kicking the shite out of cockneys, chavs and pikies before stealing their bling. Courtesy of the Horzine outbreak, he's finding out what real anarchy and chaos is.

  • Kerry Fitzpatrick

    After disfiguring one inmate in his last prison fight, the others stopped calling "Kerry" a girl's name. During his transfer to the high-security psych ward at Broadmoor, he watched the guards get eaten by a herd of crazed, emaciated mutants. Kerry took pleasure ripping apart the monsters before looting the dead prison guards. From life in prison to a free man in seconds, Kerry has found a world where he truly fits in.

  • Trooper Clive Jenkins

    When he wasn't jumping out of airplanes and breaking heads for the British government, Jenks could usually be found getting rat-arsed in the pubs of Aldershot and picking fights with civvies. C Company was on standby when word of the outbreak struck. They loaded into the Herc and jumped over London. Straight into a mob of chainsaw-wielding nutters. Come and get some, ya ponces!

  • Paramedic Alfred Anderson

    Working nightshift for the hospital can be interesting. It's also a good place to stock up on supplies when the whole city has turned into a cannibalistic feeding frenzy. Well equipped and knowledgeable, Alfred's a good ally to have when a fleshless creature is beating down your door.

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Tripwire Interactive
Tripwire Interactive
Indie, Shooter, Mac
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Digital PC Download
Minimum Requirements


  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • Processor: 1.2 GHZ or Equivalent
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 64 MB DX9 Compliant
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB free hard drive space
  • Sound: DX 8.1 Compatible Audio


  • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
  • Processor: Intel Mac
  • Graphics: Nvidia or ATI GPU (Intel GPUs unsupported)
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More of the same


Killing Floor: PostMortem Character Pack feels like more of the same to me, this pack adds four more characters with generic look and stories that have been made before. Harold Hunt, the front man of a punk band; Kerry Fitzpatrick, a crazy guy that broke out of prison thanks to the zombie outbreak; Trooper Clive Jenkins, a guy from the British Government and Paramedic Alfred Anderson, the name say it all. It's not a bad pack, but not certainly for everyone, you can buy this if you don't own any of the other character packs.

New characters!


I always loved the character packs in Killing Floor, because the developers always create such unique and fun-to-play fellas you can never get bored of. In this DLC you will receive 4 new unique playable characters - Harold Hunt, Kerry Fitzpatrick, Trooper Clive Jenkins and Paramedic Alfred Anderson. Out of these four, Harold is my favourite character and I like his background story. He used to sing for a punk band called "The Fecking Nancies" and used to play in those good old Brisith pubs and bars in London. Other characters are also unique and fun-to-play and I enjoyed them a lot. In fact, this whole DLC is a "bomb', that's how awesome it's characters are. Worth buying at anytime, the price is low and the content of the DLC is satisfying. Buy, play, enjoy!

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