|Killing Floor 2 Official Community map|
|Collectibles||Holographic Projector (20)|
The Subduction is a community-made official Killing Floor 2 map. Is was added in the game as a part of Deep Blue Z update. It is a standard-issue survival map compatible with Survival, Endless and Weekly game modes.
Attention Mercs, It appears we have an urgent situation at one of the Horzine labs under the Pacific Ocean. Located in the deepest trench on earth, this lab in the Mariana Trench has gone quiet. We have been unable to raise any active communication from the facility and scheduled reporting times have gone with no transmissions. Alarms and emergency protocols have been triggered and we are seeking volunteers for mission Subduction.
Horzine needs fearless mercs willing to be transported to the darkest depths of the ocean. The worst is expected and the grand lobbies and halls of this most secret lab may contain outbreak threats or something worse. Something in the unfathomable abyss down below must have tripped the alarms. Investigate to pinpoint the cause.
Your mission is to scour the premises for survivors, but the priority is the base itself and any progress made there. It’s imperative that the work to investigate [REDACTED] and scavenge [REDACTED] be preserved and returned. This base is leading the way for discoveries and advancement of project [REDACTED]. Horzine takes great pride in this substructure and the work it has accomplished, and it must be secured.
Upon completion of series of objectives on Subduction during the Deep Blue Z event players were rewarded with the "Shark Jaw | Precious" cosmetic accessory.
|The Boomest of Buddies||Kill 1500 Zeds with HRG Bombardier|
|Weekly Dive||Complete the Weekly on Subduction|
|Classic Water Shock Combo||Stun 2500 Zeds with EMP affliction|
|Deep waters are not Still||Complete 25 Stand your Ground objectives|
|Somewhere, beyond the Z||Complete wave 15 on Endless Hard or higher difficulty on Subduction|
There is a small easter egg on this map. Should player shoot the projector in the Auditorium room, an ascending clot may then be seen briefly through the glass of this room's ceiling (see Screenshots).