Team Fortress 2 Summary
End of the Line is a fan-madefilm set in the world of Team Fortress 2, and created using Valve's Source Filmmaker programme. It's pretty damned impressive.
To celebrate the release, Valve has released a brandfor TF2, adding a new batch of content inspired by the film.
Now that they're done treating fans to a Scream Fortress, has moved on to the serious business of releasing this year's entry.
Team Fortress 2 fans can expect a fun if unhygienic time in 'Merasmus's Carnival of Carnage'; as well as bumper cars and inventive curses,adds... lakes of urine.
It's a bumper Halloween special for Team Fortress 2, as Valve has brought back every single one of its of its 'Scream Fortress' events to get players ready for this year's horror-themed extravaganza.
"If we threw you into the 900-mile-an-hour hellride we've got planned this year without warming you up first,", "you'd essentially be going from an idle state of terrorlessness to a shrieking nightmare of solid 100% terror almost instantly."
A recent Team Fortress 2 fan art starring the loveable Soldier, and was brought to you by "Team Demoman".on wartime propaganda showed what was described as a American First World War anti-German poster. Only one problem - the image was a piece of
How the hell do these things get past the researchers? Someone must have literally just Googled "soldier eating babies poster" and then nipped off home early.
Valve has added a new Team Fortress 2. So that's what the was counting down to.to their free-to-play, class-based shooter
Rather than new maps or gear, the update adds new in-game 'expression' animations: the conga, the square dance, the skull cracker, the flip and rock, paper scissors. There's also a fifteen minute Source Engine film showing the TF2 crew taking on a tentacled monstrosity. Is that a hint at more upcoming content?