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[AUDIO] Weapons Sounds Archive


FNG / Fresh Meat
Mar 7, 2012

Do you miss the old 9mm pistol firing sound from the Gunslinger Update? Or the old FN SCAR-H firing sounds when the game was released back in 2016? Well this mod is for you!

In a nutshell, I went through some older Killing Floor 2 builds to grab these sounds and use them in my game client. After seeing that some people were missing them too, I decided to share them with the community.

I might have missed some sounds in this mod so feel free to notify me if I did and I'll see if I can grab them.

Video demonstration


You can access the Dropbox folder here:


The organisation follows a standard that is easy to pick up: "Game Version - Weapon". Make sure you grab both the BNK and TXT file.


Using your favorite file explorer, browse into this path: "<KF2 Install Directory>\KFGame\BrewedPC\WwiseAudio\Windows".

For safety reasons, you should consider making a backup of the concerned files to restore them if needed.

Now grab the files from the mod and move them into the same path, your file explorer will ask to overwrite the files, say yes.


Remove the concerned TXT file and restore the old BNK file if you've made a backup. In the worst case scenario, you can ask your Steam client to make an integrity check of your Killing Floor 2 installation.

A word of warning about game updates

Whenever Tripwire Interactive will update Killing Floor 2 regardless of public/beta branch, your Steam client might re-download the original files, you will have to re-install the sounds whenever it happens.