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Left 4 Dead 2 brings in multiple changes from Left 4 Dead, but the original idea remains the same, as you control one of the four characters that were stranded in a place filled with zombies. You will need to complete as many objectives as possible while staying alive. There are many weapons to choose from, and each one of them will bring you an intense gameplay. You have lots of game modes to choose from as well as a wide variety of custom maps.
L4D2 has a large modding community who are constantly pushing out custom content for the game. You can change the way the game looks, the way the levels work and even get whole new missions to complete. If you look on the Steam workshop page for Left 4 Dead 2 you will find a large list of categories to browse through. The diverse range of what you are able to find is incredible, you are even able to change the zombies to Teletubbies complete with sound if you want too.
The reviews left by people who have played L4D2 are “Overwhelmingly Positive” according to Steam. The game doesn’t try to hard to be something it is not and focuses on the core mechanics of a zombie co-op game perfectly. They have added just the right amount of humour to the title while maintaining a dark horror feel. If you are looking at killing a bunch of hours and want to feel entertained then it seems Left 4 Dead 2 is perfect.
The Left 4 Dead series of games were developed by the gaming company Valve. The first title was developed by a company called Turtle Rock Studios which was owned by Valve and then absorbed into the main corporation.
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Left 4 Dead 2 is a game that rewards team work and sees the player defending themselves against zombie hordes. Here are some of the closest games we know of that follow in the same direction.
Following on from the heavy teamwork thats needed in Left 4 Dead 2 but lacking the zombies is Battalion 1944. This is a fairly new game available on Steam that has experienced a large jump in player numbers who have been crying out for a game like this.
In Battalion 1944 you are put into a team of 5 players and pitted against another team of 5 players. The key to success with Battalion 1944 is communication with your comrades. Make sure that you know where your team mates are at all times and that they know where you are.
If you are into pure warfare and shooting but don’t mind losing out on the zombies then CS:GO is a great game. Also developed by Valve and sold on the Steam platform, this game allows you to kit yourself out at the start of each round with weaponry of your choice and then take on the mission.
Usually in Counter Strike: Global Offensive you play as a terrorist or counter-terrorist. You must then attempt to rescue hostages or defend the hostages you have taken. You may also end up playing a mode where you must plant a bomb while the other team tries to prevent you from doing so.
If you prefer your games to have a crafting element then check out 7DTD. You can collect resources and build a base and/or craft tools and weapons to help you survive. The game did originally have zombies in it bu criticism from the community caused the developers to alter the game. You now fight against other players, wolves and bears all within a horror themed dark environment.
7 Days To Die has had an army of die hard fans since the start and boasts full servers for players to join.
No updates or DLC have been written by us for Left 4 Dead 2.
No mods have been written by us for Left 4 Dead 2. Why not let us know if you have a mod you would like featured in this section.
The only thing keeping Left 4 dead going is the steam workshop! The game has been ripped to pieces and so many people have edited, modified and changed all the aspects of the game on their own servers that you are really in for a surprise when you play online these days! All Tank infected is one of the most memorable game modes. Think the special infected are hard? Well try taking on 4 tanks while trying to take out all the normal infected! All you can do is run! L4D2 is really on for hardcore fans these days as a lot of the PC community are now off playing sandbox games! Rather disappointing.
Kiss me ;) ♡
One of the greatest zombie games ever! I have been playing L4D2 for years now and I still can't get enough of it! Playing online is absolute carnage now as everyone that plays the game, know the maps inside out so it has made it very competitive. We personally run our own Left 4 dead 2 server hosting as we like to play competitively online with our own mods and maps. All we need now is Left 4 Dead 3! Hope they hurry up with this!
Love this game and love the modding community behind it! The game has so much replay time as there are so many workshop maps to play on, my steam folder is literally crammed with character and map mods. Dead air is always to go to map of choice though in any situation.
I wasn't really been in to the whole (zombie thing) until steam gave it away free a few Christmases ago. Since then I have been an active player and have slowly worked my way in to the server and modding community with a couple mod releases and few character skins that i'am working on. Left 4 dead 2 has more of a hobby to me rather then a game as there is so much to do outside of the game to have fun and contribute.
Good game but the zombie hype is starting to fade across the gaming industry now. Everyone is buying in to early access games and sandbox now. This is why we still haven’t seen a left 4 dead 3…
Smoker got ya sucker
All about playing as the smoker :) Nothing better than dragging the other team off the edge of the building and watching their good start go to waste in the matter of seconds. It’s a shame that their are too few new players, I always end up playing the same people over and over again.
L4D is such a great game, but L4D2 is even better. I must have played online for a good few years now I remember having it on xbox before joining the master race and getting a PC. So glad I made the swap for all the community extra content.