Helm’s Deep map added to official Left 4 Dead 2 servers

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By on February 24, 2013 at 11:42 am

Fan-favourite Steam Workshop offering Helm’s Deep has been clasped to Valve’s bosom. The developer has added the map to Left 4 Dead 2′s official server rotation, so all you have to do to take part is subscribe, ensure it has downloaded fully, and load it via Survival mode.

Helm’s Deep is inspired by the eponymous battle in The Lord of the Rings, and has players keeping the castle secure until Gandalf’s return. Subscribe to the latest version on Steam Workshop.

Valve added the mod in celebration of a recent update hopefully eliminating issues with dedicated serves and Workshop content.

Source: Left 4 Dead 2 blog via Destructoid

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Just played a couple rounds of this and it’s basically the best thing ever

 

Tim Colwill:
Just played a couple rounds of this and it’s basically the best thing ever

It sure is! Can’t wait to get my good PC back to have a few rounds :D

 

If there is enough players maybe I will reinstall the game but if not its a waste of 8GB of HDD space.

 

Tim Colwill:
Editor in Chimp claiming an article promotes good content

Sounds legit Tim :P

 

forumrabbit: Sounds legit Tim :P

I heartily endorse this event and/or product.

 
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