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Left 4 Dead News

Post by Kenny on Thu Apr 30, 2009 6:59 pm

L4D Freaky Free Friday Coming on Steam

Beginning Friday at 12:01 am GMT, the PC version of Left 4 Dead will be available for a free 24-hour trial. The free trial will include access to the recently released Survival Pack DLC. Those who wish to give L4D and the Survival Pack a try can now pre-load everything needed to play the free trial now.


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Post by Kenny on Sat May 02, 2009 3:49 am

News just in, in addition to the 24-hour free trial that just started, Left 4 Dead is now on sale at 40% off until Monday May 4th.

As I discovered today, if you haven't got L4D yet, (for some strange and unknown reason!) and if you lived in the UK, HMV stores are now selling L4D for only £15, which is a bit cheaper than through Steam, only a couple of quid cheaper with the 40% deal they got on at the moment, but about £12 at the full price!

They also clearing out Enemy Territory: Quake Wars for £2!

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New campaign - Crash Course

Post by Kenny on Wed Aug 05, 2009 8:22 am



Having already promised additional downloadable content for the original Left 4 Dead, developer Valve today announced that a new campaign entitled "Crash Course" will be released for the cooperative zombie shooter in September.

"New locations, new dialogue from the original cast, and an explosive finale" were promised, with Valve saying that the download -meant to bridge the gap between the existing "No Mercy" and "Death Toll" campaigns- will also bring new Survival maps alongside the new single and multiplayer campaign.

"The primary goal of 'Crash' is to deliver a complete Versus mode experience in just 30 minutes, resulting in a streamlined version of the game's existing Versus campaigns," the company explained. "A recharge timer for infected teammates has also been added, and item spawn behaviour has changed for more balanced gameplay."

"We're working with the fans toward the ongoing entertainment value of the product," said Valve founder Gabe Newell.

Though the controversial sequel to Left 4 Dead, appropriately titled Left 4 Dead 2, is due to hit PC and Xbox 360 on November 17, the studio has previously pledged that it will "keep supporting Left 4 Dead 1" and hopes that once "everyone's had time to see the complete product of Left 4 Dead 2 and see continued support for Left 4 Dead 1, they may sort of see what we were up to and what the method of our madness was."

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