A decade ago, Left 4 Dead’s chaotic, cooperative take on zombies was released into the wild. One of the best multiplayer games ever created, part of its genius was an ‘AI Director’ system that ensured every game felt fresh and unpredictable for players.
Turtle Rock Studios must be cleaning out some old closets now that they’re done with Evolve, because three days ago the team released the final, unfinished Left 4 Dead campaign they’d been working on before Valve took over the zombie shooter.
A few weeks ago, Valve’s 2009 zombie shooter, Left 4 Dead 2, was reclassified under Australia’s new R18+ rating. Previously, the game had to be censored so it could be sold under MA15+, Australia’s then-highest rating for games. Now, due to the reclassification, an uncensored version is available to Australia.