Killing Floor: Incursion
Top Critic Average
If you have PSVR do not sleep on this title. With very tight controls, an interesting enough story and just the right mix of action and puzzle solving, Killing Floor Incursion will keep you interested until the end, or possibly even beyond.
Incursion does a lot of things right for the VR FPS genre, but the lack of AIM controller support is a big misstep in this otherwise competent VR shooter.
Killing Floor: Incursion is a fantastic showcase of how good PSVR can be. When gunplay is done that smoothly and in such a badass way, it’s an absolute treat and needs to be experienced by all fans of the FPS genre. I can honestly say it’s the most awesome I’ve felt in a VR headset. While there are other games that use VR in more innovative ways, Tripwire Interactive has made a game that truly feels like you’re playing the lead role in an action movie like Hardcore Henry.
In the end, Killing Floor: Incursion is fine.
Killing Floor: Incursion fills a much-needed niche in VR horror by bringing cooperative play and engaging combat to their VR-native entry in the series.
While Killing Floor Incursion can be fun, its clunky controls get in the way of actually enjoying the game.
Killing Floor: Incursion doesn't challenge the notion that shooting galleries are a shoulder-shrugging default for virtual reality. Any potential for dramatic tension and imaginative gunplay is squandered by repetitive enemy encounters, tedious action, and rudimentary objectives. Loud guns and roaring carnage are muted by Killing Floor: Incursion's nondescript comfort in inertia.
Killing Floor: Incursion is a VR game that's so close to being good that it's upsetting how bad it actually is.
Killing Floor: Incursion is perhaps everything you might expect from a first-person zombie shooter in VR. It checks all of the boxes, sometimes to its own detriment. While billed as a shooter, the guns are unwieldy in the most frantic of situations, which will see players bringing a knife to a Zed fight. Incursion isn't the kind of VR experience that's a must-play showcase of the best of virtual reality. It sits firmly in the realm of expected fare, armed with a few gimmicks that keep it entertaining. Longevity is maintained through cooperative play with friends and the ability to slap mutant zombies in the face with their friend's dismembered arm. Despite its problems, that's not really the type of experience I can say no to.