Valve is getting ready to deliver a significant upgrade for Team Fortress 2, which has been neglected for many years. This week, the development team behind TF2 made a rare blog post available on the game’s official website (via Kotaku), in which they requested that the game’s community provide new material to the Steam Workshop by May 1st.
The most recent Team Fortress summer activities have only involved the updating of items. But this year [Valve’s emphasis], we are working on launching a full-on update-sized update – complete with things, maps, taunts, odd effects, war paints, and who knows what else?!!” Valve said.
According to our records, the “as as-yet-unnamed, un-themed, but still very exciting summer-situated (but not summer-themed)” update that Valve has planned will be TF2’s first major content release since the company released the Jungle Inferno update in 2017 in celebration of the game’s 10-year anniversary.
This update will take place during the summer, but it will not have a summer theme. Since then, Valve has published a number of smaller updates, the majority of which have focused on fixing the bot issue that rendered the game unplayable; nonetheless, there have been very little changes to the game’s content since then.
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