Team Fortress 2′s countdown reveals new 15-minute video and new dances

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By on June 18, 2014 at 10:29 am

Yesterday’s Team Fortress 2 tease has been revealed as (surprise surprise) another major update, but it doesn’t seem to be the TF Classic mercs we all expected.

So far it’s a bunch of new dance emotes (see here) and a hilarious 15-minute video of the team in action (with special guest star Ms. Pauling, voiced by none other than Ashley Burch). Great stuff.

This is of course just day 1 of the “Love and War” update, so keep checking back for more.

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Damn that is well animated. I’ll be interested to see what the other days bring, haven’t played TF2 in far too long!

 

I wonder if the video is any indication of what is coming?

 

That is delightful. :D

 

Wow these guys know how to put together some good animations.

 

That’s very well done.

 

Good video was good. I didn’t recognize Ashley Burch’s voice though.

 

maybe finally a new class and they are female? that would be awesome!

 

I wanna teleport bread

 
Nasty Wet Smear

Sooooo…. Can I fight the bread?

 

Well judging by this there may be a “bread monster”, and if so, I’m absolutely fine with that.

 

redshirt: Ashley Burch

Well, if there is a bread monster, then when I’m finished with it, it’ll be… toast!!!

http://www.badum-tish.com/

 

That was great. I hope this next update will bring me back to the game.

 
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