Left 4 Dead 2 — the cooperative zombie-themed first-person shooter from Valve Software — got here out in 2009. Now, greater than a decade later, it’s getting a fan-made replace. It’s the primary piece of latest content material added to the sport since 2012. More noteworthy is the truth that the crew behind it seems to have the blessing of the Seattle-based creators. The announcement was made on Wednesday on the now ancient Left 4 Dead website.
“It has been many years since the infection first hit,” reads the weblog publish. “Radio silence, no sign of life, nothing but lingering hopes… CEDA is not going to save us. But there is hope! A few brave souls have continued the fight against all odds, and soon we can all benefit from their resilience.”
It ends with a observe that extra particulars will probably be coming quickly, and linked out to the teaser trailer that we’ve embedded above.
The replace is known as The Last Stand, and refers to a lighthouse-themed stage beforehand solely accessible within the unique Left 4 Dead. As the YouTube Channel Valve News Network (VNN) indicated, it actually does appear to be a collaborative effort between Valve and its group to refresh the sport for the primary time in practically a decade.
There is precedent for this sort of launch for Left 4 Dead 2. In 2011, Valve introduced that it had given its blessing to another community-made update. Left 4 Dead 2: Cold Stream was launched later in 2012, and even included a version for Xbox 360.