CVG: Pyro unlockables next for Team Fortress

The Pyro class is next in line to receive an Achievement and unlockables upgrade in Team Fortress 2, Valve has confirmed.

The last class to receive the upgrade goods was the Medic, whom can now receive unlockable weapons for collecting specific Achievements based on its healing abilities.

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solar5840d ago

a lot of peeps on the TF:2 forums think the Pyro is severely underpowered...i think he only needs a tweak in hit detection. that being said...i cant wait! pryo is one of my favorite classes and im sure ive done everything imaginable by Valve so far. hopefully the achievements are not stupid ones that hinder the teamplay....like the medic ones. it sucked having a medic healing you only to run away to go bonesaw another medic or needle gun a scout :/

battery5840d ago

All i need is more pyro's axing me in the back looking for these achievements !


Classic Valve Titles Now in Enhanced Xbox 360 Backward Compatibility Collection

The Xbox One Backward Compatible versions of Xbox 360 titles Left 4 Dead, Left 4 Dead 2, The Orange Box, and Portal are now enhanced for Xbox One X, Microsoft announced.

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lxeasy2049d ago

Nothing but great memories with all these games! Playing Left for dead series during the college years with friends was the best.

Skull5212049d ago

Love to see titles coming to BC with enhancements. Would love even more to see Half Life 3.

gangsta_red2049d ago

To not have another Left 4 Dead is straight up criminal.


So many memories of throwing my controller with Portal lol.

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How Valve released five of its greatest games in a single day

The year is 2007. Console owners tap their fingers in barely contained impatience. For years they have been starved of Valve's delicious, full-bodied courses, forced to watch from the bleachers as Valve mixes a unique blend of kinetic first-person with extraordinary tech. Besides a brief dalliance with the original Xbox and the PlayStation 2 - which produce pale imitations of its best work - Valve has remained faithful to the PC.

And then, in a flash, five of them arrive at once; neatly packaged morsels for a new generation reared on Microsoft's & later Sony's consoles. Five games, all in one orange box. Valve serves the PC too, for it is October 18 - a day of celebration - and everyone should feast.

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2pacalypsenow2414d ago

Man 2007 was a great year for gaming.

OpenGL2413d ago

Valve didn't really "release" 5 of its greatest games in a single day, Half-Life 2 came out 3 years before The Orange Box. In no other context do we talk about a port being the "release" of a game.