Help:Enabling friendly fire

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Friendly fire occurs when a player incurs damage upon being struck by a team-mate. Some players take advantage of this by intentionally shooting their team-mates, which is a type of "griefing" -- the act of disrupting or ruining other players' gameplay.

How to enable Friendly Fire[edit]

  • Locate the Steam folder. On most Windows machines, it is by default C:\Program Files\Steam or C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam
  • Within the Steam folder, access the subfolder steamapps\common\killingfloor\System
  • Open the file killingfloor.ini with a text editor.
  • Open the find/search window and enter [KFmod.KFGameType] (default hotkey for Notepad: F3)
  • Look underneath [KFmod.KFGameType] for the first occurrence of FriendlyFireScale=0.000000
  • Change the value of FriendlyFireScale to a decimal number between 0 and 1 inclusive. A value of 1 causes players to take full damage when struck by a team-mate, whereas a value of 0.5 causes them to take half the damage.
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