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I noticed that the community was really hot'n'heavy with CS:GO in 2015 based on posts and comments in these boards. However, only two comments are in the main thread in the last 30 days, so I'm wondering if there's still interest in playing in coop/competitive modes. I myself used to play pretty regularly in 2016 but moved to other titles after that. Curious if there's any interest in the community for having a server or team for CS:GO.
Hey there, I want to give you an insight to Tripwire Interactive's Killing Floor 2. Let's start the show! Genre: Killing Floor 2 is an FPS in a horror environment. You and your team try to survive waves of Zombies (aka "Zeds"). There are no P2W models, the developers even stated they will not tolerate people selling custom mods or maps, all is free and to be enjoyed limitlessly :-) State of release: Open beta / early access. This is a broad description, but the game has very few bugs left to patch. What's still missing are more characters, more weapons and even more maps to play. A huge content buff will happen when the final release hits, because the developers let you build & share your own custom maps. In Killing Floor 1, those custom maps had godlike fun to offer. Progression & Characters: Where there is team, there is division of tasks. The different available characters are named Perks, and at the moment there are five to chose from. This list is just a beginning, many Perks will be added and the developers also 'carry over' Perks from other games. Example is the Pyro, know of Team Fortress 2, which was voted into Killing Floor by it's community. The berzerker (aka "zerk" or "zerker") - The close-quarter combat specialist. Takes less damage, while it out face-to-face with the Zeds! Starts with a combat-shovel, wants to get his Pulverizer or Eviscerator. The commando - If assault weapons are your thing - this is your Perk. Better at spotting cloaked enemies, too! Your man for AK-47's and SCAR-H. The medic - Run fast, heal your friends, use cutting edge weapons (that's a pun) - and kill Zeds as well! His heals are unmatched with the AoE medic grenade, but dishes out damage just fine. The support - Shotguns for the mayhem, the ability to carry more - and great with a welder too! Resources: By helping the team, shooting Zombies or completing waves, you get XP and cash. XP levels up your Perk and persists when you leave / join servers. Cash is only for the current match, where you can buy equipment and ammo for your rounds. The shop is up long enough between waves, has a nice waypoint to guide you to it. If you happen to find weapons u dont need, u can either drop them for the team or sell them for cash. Perk levelling system: Getting XP is to get levels, and at levels 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 you get to choose between 2 new upgrades. Each Perk has 5 passive bonusses up when at max. level of 25, some benefit teamplay more than others. Deaths have no impact on your XP but will remove some cash. The UI: 1) Distance to trader 2) Wave-counter and counter of Zombies to slay before wave is over 3) XP-bar, Perk info, info about self-heal (syringe), Armor and Health, 4) Ammo in Magazine, Ammo left outside of magazine, toggle of firemode, 'nade count and state of battery for flashlight 5) your Cash account 6) info about music playing 7) not enabled in this screenshot, but u can have crosshair Weapons: Are characterized by damage, rate of fire, spread, weight etc. Your character can only carry limited weight. There are hitzones that increase or reduce damage (so, headshots pay off). Difficulties: There is normal, hard, suicidal and hell on earth to choose from, as well as map length (short = 5 waves, medium = 7 waves, long = 10 waves). The zombies don't just get more HP and damage with higher difficulties, they also feature new attacks, faster movement and ofcourse a bigger number to slay. The maps also feature less medpacks / supplies and cash rewards in higher difficulties, but reward you with higher XP gains. Gameplay: There's a lobby with chat or ingame voice to coordinate your team, where you select your Perk and upgrades. Once all is set, you directly start with wave 1 that you have to beat with your starter equipment, which usually is pretty easy. If you happen to beat all the waves of your difficulty, there's an additional BOSS-wave. It spawns the Boss (aka "Hans Völter") and some minor Zombies alongside. Beating the boss with at least 1 teammember alive give another chunk of XP to all. If by defeat or by win, the map will be over and you put back into lobby. There is a special bullet-time trigger, where everything is slowed and the screen turns greyscale. You can look around normally, but shots and zombies are super slowed. Any zombie you kill can trigger zed-time, based on game-dice rolls in the background. Feels like matrix. The commando Perk has the upgrade to make zed-time last longer. Beginner tips: You are not restricted to use the weaponry for your Perk, basically, a medic could use the heavy melee weapon of the zerker to gain zerker-XP while having the bonusses from medic Perk. Therefor, it's popular that all team members carry a medic pistol to heal each other. Headshots pay off twice! You save ammo and the zombie is dead faster. Don't buy upgrades you don't need first, like armor for the first waves. Save for the important items. If you have all the parts you need, share your money by pressing B (default). Don't solo, splitting from your team is a bad move. Get that Shotgun for boss waves. If you can't kill it, just hit it. You will get the XP and cash when it dies. Constantly look around /up and down/, especially in Zed-time. And well, communicate :-) General note: Yes, this is early access. Progress will be wiped by the developers before release, so at the moment I just play it casually. You can add me on steam if you like (10taclezor).
Hello everybody reading this topic post, I'm wondering if anyone would be interested in doing scrims with me on stopwatch to make use of it. (it is open idea for others.) I myself am a naturally competitive person looking for some good games. Also the stopwatch server is open most of the time so it might be a chance. List of general game settings - 4v4 (competition style), 3v3 or 6v6 (Aggressive play) - Fast pace, ability to shoot at last second, A game play style, talking to team to improve an advantage - Positive attitudes, ability to keep calm during intense game play, no harsh language (aggressiveness is encouraged), Ready to play entire maps or sets. - EtPro is the mod that is being used on the server. Those are just general expectations game zone,atmosphere, expectations that are used during these sorts of play. and MUST BE FOLLOWED. (If an admin, recruiter, co-leader, leader or even owners would like to moderate for these games it would be helpful. Would be nice to see them there.) These are not official rules or regulations just intended nature for these game styles. Any further talk to do so should be done with the team you have about playing A certain style, I can not be completely helpful without watching you myself for a few maps. Post your names here with interest for these. I'll send you a pm and we can talk from there. We have different time zones so it is a procedure that we will have to go through to make sure everyone is on time. ( I can do pming for other people needing someone to help set-up . always happy to help.) These are lots of fun if played right and you feel like you get that extra game-play you always wanted. THESE ARE OBJECTIVE BASED TO WIN SCORING. I myself will be available to watch any scrims that go on if wanted. these are not just for me. I've been watching the stopwatch go unused for awhile. Its something i'd like to see done for an etpro server. So its up for discussion for people to say yes or no. IF ITS NOT JUST YOU THAN POST THE TEAM AND THEIR NAMES. Regards from, Fr33StylE