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Left 4 Dead: The Sacrifice

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Valve Announces DLC Pack for Both Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2

  Today Valve revealed new DLC for the Left 4 Dead series. The DLC, entitled The Sacrifice, will work with both Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2. It will be the exact same DLC package, but it will be compatible with either game.    The DLC will be a continuation of The Passing, which was released earlier this year and had the heroes of Left 4 Dead 2 running into the heroes from Left 4 Dead. At the end of the The Passing, one of the members of the original Left 4 Dead group died, and The Sacrifice, shows the story through those original 4 character's eyes.    What's the twist? Read on to find out.     Today Valve revealed new DLC for the Left 4 Dead series. The DLC, entitled The Sacrifice, will work with both Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2. It will be the exact same DLC package, but it will be compatible with either game.    The DLC will be a continuation of The Passing, which was released earlier this year and had the heroes of Left 4 Dead 2 running into the heroes from Left 4 Dead. At the end of the The Passing, one of the members of the original Left 4 Dead group died, and The Sacrifice, shows the story through those original 4 character's eyes.  Today Valve revealed new DLC for the Left 4 Dead series. The DLC, entitled The Sacrifice, will work with both Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2. It will be the exact same DLC package, but it will be compatible with either game.    The DLC will be a continuation of The Passing, which was released earlier this year and had the heroes of Left 4 Dead 2 running into the heroes from Left 4 Dead. At the end of the The Passing, one of the members of the original Left 4 Dead group died, and The Sacrifice, shows the story through those original 4 character's eyes.  Read More

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The Passing Will Add New Game Modes to Left 4 Dead 2

Yesterday, Valve Software revealed that Left 4 Dead 2's first DLC campaign, The Passing, will include multiple new game modes. In a post on Valve's Steam Community Forum, the developer revealed mid-week deals on Left 4 Dead 2 and touted the features that would be included in The Passing. While the majority of the features mentioned in yesterday's post were already known factors such as new weapons, a new uncommon common infected and a unique campaign that brings together the survivors from both games in the series, it also revealed for the first time that the DLC will expand the entire Left 4 Dead 2 experience with new game modes. Read More

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A Left 4 Dead Character Will Die During "The Passing"

According to Geoff Keighley of Gametrailers TV, one of the characters from Left 4 Dead will die during The Passing, a new DLC campaign in which the characters from Left 4 Dead will work together with the characters from Left 4 Dead 2 to survive an onslaught of zombies when their paths cross. The Passing will feature the original Left 4 Dead characters in NPC roles, meaning that the events leading to the character's death will be a predetermined part of the campaign. However, Valve's Chet Faliszek also revealed that a Left 4 Dead DLC campaign will place players in the direct situations leading up to the character's death. According to Faliszek, during the campaign a teammate will have to choose to sacrifice themselves in order to move the story forward. Read More

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Still No Mature Games Rating for Australia

Since last year Australia's media ratings board has been proposing a new rating equivalent to the ESRB's "Mature," but the notion is continually being denied. This is what's causing games like Left 4 Dead 2 to be effectively banned in the country. The highest rating a game can receive in Australia is for ages 15 and up. The Australian Office of Film and Literature Classification has adult-only ratings for movies and other media, but not videogames. Left 4 Dead 2 recently became the fourth game to be refused classification in Australia, effectively banning it there. Developer Valve intends to appeal the decision. An adult-only rating for games has been under consideration by the Australian Federal Government since last year. However, there must be a unanimous vote among all Australia's attorney generals. At least one is holding out. Read More