Linux is also now getting plagued by the infected as this latest update shuffles the co-op shooter onto the OS. The mod community should be chuffed with their meatier scripting tools.
The Extended Mutation System "takes the current idea of mutations and mutates it into a powerful tool for modders," blogs Valve. Some new crazy ideas are already out.
"They have been busy at work creating a bunch of new Mutation and game modes that will begin to be uploaded to the L4D2 workshop today. With names like Vicious Infected, Boomer Peril, Stranded, Vampirism, Plague of the Dead, Zombie Run, and Tiny Terror, there is something for everyone." Valve will be highlight some favourites later this week.
Check out the latest Left 4 Dead 2 changelog.
Left 4 Dead 2 updated to support 'Extended Mutations' and Linux
03 July 2013 | By Simon Priest