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Team Fortress 2 is available for only $2.49/£2.49/2,49 for the next two hours. Offer ends exactly at 1:00pm Pacific Time. Join in on the fun with in the The Terrifying Team Fortress 2 Haunted Halloween Special Update from October 29th thru November 2nd! Read the official TF2 Blog Post that explains the madness.
Team Fortress 2 is available for only $2.50/£2.50/2,50 for the next two hours. Offer ends exactly at 7:00pm Pacific Time. Join in on the fun with in the The Terrifying Team Fortress 2 Haunted Halloween Special Update from October 29th thru November 2nd!
Team Fortress 2 is available for only $2.49/£2.49/2,49 for the next two hours. Offer ends exactly at 2:00pm Pacific Time. Join in on the fun with in the The Terrifying Team Fortress 2 Haunted Halloween Special Update from October 29th thru November 2nd!
Scout Site Unveiling Release Details February 17, 2008 Valve, creators of award-winning games and leading technologies, today announced a set of new releases for Team Fortress 2, the title named Editor's Favorite Game of All Time by PC Gamer (UK). The releases are headline by the Scout Update and will be made available Tuesday, February 24. Between now and then, folks can learn more about what's coming by checking www.tf2.com/scoutupdate each day.
The short film, Meet the Sandvich is now available on Steam. He was a good lunch who played by the rules, until the rules robbed him of everything he ever loved. Now he's lettuce, tomato, cheese, bread, and a mysterious slice of meat, marching down your throat and straight to hell. He'll satisfy your hunger. FOR REVENGE! Visit the official TF2 update website to learn more about the Sandvich and other updates coming for Team Fortress 2.
Valve, creators of award-winning games and leading technologies, today announced the unveiling of details for the largest update ever produced for Team Fortress 2, the multiplayer action game that recently topped PC Gamer UK's "Top 100" list. Beginning today gamers may find details of "The Heavy" Update being disclosed via http://steamgames.com/tf2/heavy/. The site will reveal new information and screenshots each day, as well as a special installment to the "Meet the Team" series of video shorts. "The Heavy" update is the largest update to Team Fortress 2 since it was first released as part of The Orange Box last October. In addition to offering new unlockable weapons, achievements, "The Heavy" update also includes a brand new gameplay mode and a number of new maps. The rollout culminates next Tuesday, August 19 when the update will be made available to all owners of Team Fortress 2. To give all gamers a chance to check out the new gameplay introduced in "The Heavy" update, Valve will be running a Team Fortress 2 Free Weekend via Steam, a leading online platform for the delivery and management of PC games. The Free Weekend is open to gamers the world over and scheduled to begin Friday, August 22 at 11 am PDT. For more information, please visit http://teamfortress.com/
Now that we've settled into regular releases of content, we've found ourselves wanting a better way to talk directly to the Team Fortress 2 community about the state of the game and some of the reasoning behind the choices we're making. So with that in mind, we've setup a Team Fortress 2 blog to share our thoughts, ideas and showoff some of the work the community has done. Come visit http://www.teamfortress.com to read all about it.
The short film, Meet the Sniper is now available on Steam. In his former life as a tracker of dangerous game in the unforgiving Australian outback, the Sniper would spend months by himself. Prolonged isolation taught him a valuable lesson: You don't have to rely on other people if you never miss.
Valve today announced a set of new releases for Team Fortress 2, the title named Multiplayer Game of the Year by PC Gamer and Gamespy.com. The main event of the week is the Pyro Update, which will be made available this Thursday and contains three unlockable new weapons for the Pyro plus 35 new achievements. In addition, two user-created maps are included to highlight the great work being done in the community and distribute those works to all TF2 players.. Meanwhile as folks wait for the Pyro Update to be released, the latest in the "Meet the Team" video shorts, "Meet the Sniper," will be made available tomorrow (Tuesday, June 17) at 11 am PDT along with a web site dedicated to the Pyro update. Finally, to give everyone a chance to try the new weapons and community maps, Valve will hold another Team Fortress 2 Free Weekend via Steam beginning this Friday at 11 am PDT.
A worldwide Team Fortress 2 Free Weekend is now under way! Join now, and play the full game for free, including the new content just released in the TF2: Gold Rush Update. The Free Weekend is open to players around the world, and there is no obligation to purchase to participate; all that is needed is a Steam account to join. To join in the fun and learn more about Team Fortress 2, please visit www.steamgames.com/goldrush The Free Weekend ends Sunday, May 4th at 1pm PDT.
The short film, Meet the Scout is now available on Steam. Get to know this feisty runt in English, French, German, Russian, or Spanish. The youngest of eight boys from the south side of Boston, the Scout learned early how to problem solve with his fists. With seven older brothers on his side, fights tended to end before the runt of the litter could maneuver into punching distance, so the Scout trained himself to run. He ran everywhere, all the time, until he could beat his pack of mad dog siblings to the fray.
This weekend only, get a special discount on the multi-player game rated as Game of the Year by over 50 industry publications. Buy before Monday, April 21 and get Team Fortress 2 for just $19.95. Don't let your friends have all the fun without you!
March 13, 2008 - Valve, creators of Half-Life® 2 and Counter-Strike®, today announce the retail launch dates for the stand-alone, PC versions of Team Fortress® 2, PortalTM, and the Half-Life 2: Episode Pack are April 9th in North America and April 11th around the globe. Portal - the unique single player game that mixes puzzle, adventure and first-person action - is expected to retail for approximately $19.99. Portal has been named Game of the Year by over 30 publications worldwide and earned 40 more awards for special achievements in game design, writing, and music ("Still Alive" by GLaDOS and Jonathon Coulton). Team Fortress 2 (TF2), the sequel to the game that put team-based, multiplayer gaming on the map, is expected to retail for approximately $29.99. TF2 has been named Multiplayer Game of the Year by Gamespy.com, PC Gamer magazine, and other leading media outlets. This retail version, like all PC versions of TF2, includes the recently released Badlands map and the ability to receive auto updates via Steam® including the upcoming release of Goldrush, a new gameplay mode and map that combines the escort style gameplay of Hunted with the timed attack and defend gameplay of Dustbowl. The Half-Life 2 Episode Pack - which includes both of the award winning new episodes for the highest rated and best selling first-person action franchise of all time, plus Half-Life 2 Deathmatch for online play - is expected to retail for just $29.99. As was the case with The Orange Box, customers who already own one of these titles will have the ability to conveniently "gift" the game via Steam to a friend. "Given the unique nature and length of the games inside The Orange Box, the compilation approach was the right vehicle for the debut of these titles at retail," said Doug Lombardi, vice president of marketing at Valve. "With the flexibility of having different pricing and packaging options via Steam, we were able to test the market viability of the individual products. The results show an overwhelming demand for these stand-alone offerings as well as The Orange Box. This gives us tremendous confidence as we bring gamers more ways to get these titles at retail." All three packages include support for Steamworks achievements, automatic updates and more, and do not require Half-Life 2 to play.