10 Years Later, Team Fortress 2 Heads For The Jungle

10 Years Later, Team Fortress 2 Heads For The Jungle
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As discussed previously, Valve’s Orange Box is 10 years old this month. Half-Life is celebrating by no longer existing, while Team Fortress 2 is leaving “a decade of dustbowls and gravel pits” behind to head for the jungle with new maps, weapons and banjos.

It’s all part of the Jungle Inferno update, which begins today. Team Fortress 2 players have a lot to take in with new maps like Banana Bay and Brazil (some made by Valve, others made by the community) and gear (example below). I cannot believe it’s 2017 and I’m still writing about this game.

For the rest of us, there’s this four-minute video starring Australia’s favourite son.

Comments

  • Nice and all but after 10 years would have much rather had Team Fortress 3…

    I think their rolling in cash from Steam has led to putting all game development on the back burner. Shame as with that cash they could be making some bloody amazing games again.

    • Kind of agree. I stopped playing TF2 ages ago because it’s become a complete and utter mess with so many cosmetic items that the visual style is polluted. This update doesn’t do anything to draw me back in.

    • Oh but they’re working on games, VR games because Valve knows what the gaming market wants, You may think you want a sequel to TF,Portal, Half-life but your wrong, Valve shook their magic 8 ball i mean they asked the “Algorithms” & were told “I Doubt it”.

    • Oh but they’re working on games, VR games because Valve knows what the gaming market wants, You may think you want a sequel to TF,Portal, Half-life but your wrong, Valve shook their magic 8 ball i mean they asked the “Algorithms” & were told “I Doubt it”, So they know what you want.

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