Team Fortress 2 Gets An Unexpected Next-Gen Update After 17 Years

Valve has finally introduced the much-needed 64-bit support in an unexpected Team Fortress 2 update after 17 years since its release.

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Michiel198930d ago

64 bit support is not the same as a next gen upgrade. 64 bit has been used for like 12-15 years now?


The Team Fortress 2 resurgence explained, and how it can become one of the best FPS games again

Team Fortress 2 is back with a bang, and this can be the start of a new era for the game, but only if Valve is willing to help it.

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Latest Team Fortress 2 addition gets players' seal of approval

The latest Team Fortress 2 update has added a seal and fans are lving it

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Team Fortress 2 Finally Goes Offline On PS3 After 15 Years

Dozens, if not hundreds, of players could be affected.

Team Fortress 2 is one of Valve's most popular games, with the multiplayer FPS regularly among the titles listed in most played charts on Steam, despite not being supported all that much by its developer.

There are also console players of the game, but now it looks like one of these platforms is sadly no longer viable. TF2 arrived on Sony's PlayStation 3 as part of a package. And what a package it was. This would be The Orange Box, a compilation that included Half-Life 2, expansions for such, Portal, and Team Fortress 2. But now, 15 years after releasing on PS3, the servers for TF2 have gone offline.

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Mr_Writer85405d ago

I loved this game back in the day, me and my best friend would spend hours and hours on this.

Such a shame, but no doubt it was dead years ago.

Even the 360 version is on deaths door you can spend an hour just trying to find a game.

DazaMc405d ago

Come on Valve, give us a full remake of the first two games and their expansions. What else are you up too?

gangsta_red405d ago

If there was ever a game that needed a sequel!

MadLad404d ago

Like Half-Life 3, and Portal 3, and Left 4 Dead 3 lol

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