Today Team Fortress 2 received an update called Robotic Boogaloo. The awesomely named update is the first made entirely by the TF2 player community.

"This update is 100% created by the TF2 community," Valve said on the TF2 Blog. "And when we say everything, we mean everything—the in-game content, the update hub website, the animated short, the comic, even the splash images in the Steam store. Even better, everything you created avoided the classic trap of using other companies’ intellectual property."

Players will be able to find 57 robot-themed items. These items will be found inside RoboCrates earned through gameplay. They have to be unlocked by using RoboCrate Keys. The sales revenue from these keys on the Steam Marketplace will be shared among all the creators of Robotic Boogaloo. The crates will become rare drops after June 3rd.

Valve says that TF2 will still receive developer-produced updates. This just means that the community and Valve will be tag-teaming the game from here on out.

"As far as we’re concerned, there's plenty of room for both to happily co-exist. We're in uncharted territory here, and it's exciting to be exploring it with you."

You can find out more about Robotic Boogaloo's content by heading to the official site.

Blended From Around The Web

Comments

Related

Top Games

Hot Topics

Top Movies

Gateway Media ©copyright 2016