Team Fortress 2′s latest comic sees the return of some classic faces

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By on April 3, 2014 at 12:32 pm

The Team Fortress 2 comics continue to surprise and delight (at least this author), as well as provide hints about what it is the team are planning for the future.

Their latest comic, Cold Day in Hell (which you can read here) delivers on both these fronts, as well as bringing back some of the franchise’s more iconic characters. Keep reading, you’ll see what I mean.

As part of the announcement, Valve also revealed that they’re working on a new Moonbase map, as well as some new taunts (including the delightful Engineer one below). Enjoy.

Source: TF2

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Ralph Wiggum

Is this game still plodding along?

 

There’s always somebody in those idle servers.

 

As much as I’ve given up on the game after all the Hats and micro transactions and hats and inbalanced weapons and.. oh yeah – hats; I do still enjoy the style of humour and previous comics that Valve have put out in the past like the L4D one.

Part 3.. hmm gonna have to go and read the others on the TF2 site first – wow – didn’t actually know they had so many there to be honest. Time to get downloading.

 

Soldier is the best fictional character of all time. End of story.

 

I keep coming back to TF2 everynow and then for a quick play which is always a laugh. It also still has LAN play, which is always appreciated.
Are those GON TF2 monday nights still going?

 
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