Team Fortress 2 News (PC)

Valve spreads the news about "Mannhattan" update for Team Fortress 2

Posted: 22.11.2013 by JonahFalcon

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Valve has started its Two Cities Update for Team Fortress 2 by unveiling the first city, "Mannhattan", which is a new level for the Mann vs. Machine siege-defense game mode. The day one update also includes new weapon effects and bonuses.

'Eternaween' server enchanment enables Halloween items on Team Fortress 2

Posted: 12.11.2013 by Technet2k

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Halloween will no longer be confined to the stuffy exclusivity of October as Valve updates Team Fortress 2 with an "Eternaween server enchantment" that enables Halloween items for two-hours whenever.

It's put to a vote whether a server should go spooky for a while or not. Elsewhere a few tweaks are made like Halloween spells only showing their effects during Halloween/Full Moon events.

Valve launch 5th annual Halloween event for Team Fortress 2

Posted: 30.10.2013 by Technet2k

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To celebrate Halloween this year Valve have once again broke out the rubber spiders and pumpkins for Team Fortress 2 as they run a special spooky event from now until November 11th.

Scream Fortress is joined by a new comic with over 100 new items from the "twisted imaginations" of the community, action slot spell books, and new Payload Race map Helltower.

Valve releases first of six part comic, Team Fortress 2 update

Posted: 28.08.2013 by Technet2k

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Sometime Half-Life dev Valve has gone full hog, or yeti in this case, with a comic series split across six instalments. This first is called 'Ring of Fired' starring Saxton Hale. There's also a small Team Fortress 2 update.

Valve has added Chemistry Sets to TF2, as well as Birthday Hats and Noise Makers. Play on a Mann vs. Machine server with an owner of the Hardy Laurel and enjoy Romevision.

Valve targets "idle threat" in new Team Fortress 2 update

Posted: 18.07.2013 by Technet2k

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Item drops were introduced to Team Fortress 2 back in 2009, and was designed to reward players for spending their 'valuable time' with the game, but it also had an unintended consequence; idlers.

Some will just log into a match and then leave themselves doing nothing to accrue game time. Valve reveals that, as of last week, "players can no longer receive item drops unless" they're active.