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Left 4 Dead 2 Free-to-Play This Weekend

Valve announces free weekend for Left 4 Dead 2 to celebrate release of massive community update "The Last Stand".

A follow-up sequel to 2009 first-person shooter Left 4 Dead and pioneer to co-op shooter genre of games, Left 4 Dead 2 from developer/publisher Valve Corporation has received its first major content patch "The Last Stand" in years.

Celebrating release of a massive update made by L4D community, Valve has made Left 4 Dead 2 free-to-play on Steam for this weekend and offering a whopping 80% off for next three days, so anyone can jump into action right now.

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Left 4 Dead 2 Free-to-Play This Weekend


The Last Stand introduces a host of changes, extended campaign, improvements and necessary tweaks to L4D2. Players can explore 26 new Survival Maps while look into four newly added Scavenge Areas to experience more action.

It has been more than two decades since L4D2 is launched and despite lack of new official content release, the game is still quite popular among its dedicated player community, who worked for years on this passion project.


In essence, The Last Stand will be final content patch for Left 4 Dead 2 that came after eight years from its last update. Valve apparently has no interest to develop Left 4 Dead 3 anytime soon or potential sequel of other games.

Left 4 Dead 2 perhaps is one of the best co-op games of previous generation, which is currently available on Steam for $1.99 only. People who never played L4D2 can give it a try while ongoing free weekend lasts and get a copy as well.

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