This weekend, things are going to get even harder for the poor Survivors from Left 4 Dead 2, thanks to the game's latest rule-changing "Mutation." And one Mutation is up for permanent, not weekly, contention.
We knew that Left 4 Dead 2's new expansion, "The Passing," paid a graffiti tribute to Dead Rising's Frank West. It looks like the game's creators admire Plants vs. Zombies as well.
Valve's first expansion to post apocalyptic zombie shooter Left 4 Dead 2 makes one appreciate the developer's gift with wordplay and just how important being able to see through walls is when battling the infected.
Here's the original poster for Left 4 Dead 2's new downloadable content, The Passing. Below you'll find the new version Valve has just released, which is missing one key element. Potential spoilers ahead!
While confirming a Thursday release date for Left 4 Dead 2's "The Passing" downloadable content, Valve also reveals "Mutations," featuring more than 20 new game modes rotated on a weekly basis, from "Realism Versus" to "Chainsaw Massacre."
Two teams of survivors means twice the trouble for the ravening hordes of infected in Valve's Left 4 Dead 2 this Thursday, when The Passing downloadable content finally shows up on Xbox Live.
Valve's seems quite serious about releasing Left 4 Dead 2's first expansion, The Passing, this week... or, according to today's update, "soon." So it's probably high time we find out what those new game modes are.
The first downloadable episode for Valve's southern fried zombie shooter Left 4 Dead 2 didn't make its originally scheduled "late March" release. Thankfully, it looks like "The Passing" campaign will make a late April release.
A video broadcast to U.K. Xbox Live subscribers confirms suspicions that Left 4 Dead 2's "The Passing" DLC won't be available by March 31, with the date moved to a more vague "Spring." But it will cost 560 Microsoft points.
The first add-on for zombie apocalypse shooter Left 4 Dead 2 may be more expansive than Valve originally lead us to believe. A new update on the downloadable campaign "The Passing" promises new "game modes."
Valve's poster for Left 4 Dead 2's The Passing downloadable content finally gets a tagline: Nobody Survives Forever. And while the original survivors will be showing up at the beginning of The Passing, only three make it to the end.
I wasn't able to spot one of the new "fallen survivors" of Left 4 Dead 2's upcoming map pack, The Passing, but I did find one of its new weapons, a monstrous machine gun.