Evacuation Point

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Evacuation Point
KF2 Map EvacuationPoint.png
General Information
Author Tripwire Interactive
Trader Locations 4
Collectibles {{{Collectibles}}}
Map Information
Weapon Spawns 16
Ammo Spawns 20
Player Spawns 31
Zed Spawns (Boss Spawns) 86 (11)
Technical Information
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Evacuation Point is a Killing Floor 2 map. It was added in the game during the Early Access period on September 1, 2015, as a part of Early Access Content Patch 2 (aka as Incinerate 'N Detonate Update).

Description

"Many tried to flee the Zed outbreaks and only some succeeded; many more died in the attempt. This ferry port in Helsingor, Denmark was overrun by Zeds while the refugees tried to board the ferry; it is too late to save the refugees, but not too late for revenge."

Promo Page Description

"The site of a Danish last stand as people rushed to escape to sea to avoid a painful death against the incoming zed hoard. Scatted around the map, you can see a couple of APC's that have been abandoned. These are Norwegian XA-185's. If you take a walk around the map and use your imagination, you can see that things went down pretty quickly. The Danish ferry terminal was obviously turned into a quarantine/evacuation zone (that's why the map is named Evacuation Point) to try and save people from the Zed hoard. At the entrance of the checkpoint we can see cars that are rammed into the barricades. This is because maybe the military and police stopped the rush of people trying to get treatment, protection or trying to get on the last ferry and they got scared or inpatient and rammed the barriers in desperation to save their lives, which gave the zeds a easier opportunity to get in and kill the people trapped on the last ferry. Outside the map we can see two ferry's that are sinking. This is probably because the military destroyed them to stop the infection spreading. One ferry can be seen rammed into the side of a building."










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