Play Dam It, dammit.
Turtle Rock Studios has released a final campaign for the first-person survival horror game, Left 4 Dead.
Left 4 Dead first released in 2008. The unreleased level, Dam It, “stitches together” Dead Air and Blood Harvest and includes a couple of Survival maps not previously released, either.
Here’s a bird’s eye view of what it entails, complete with annotations from the development team:
“Some code features are missing, but it’s playable from beginning to end,” co-founder Chris “MacMan” Ashton stated on the official forum. “It also includes two standalone survival maps that never shipped.”
You can download it now from here, for free, but it’s only playable on PC.
Known issues include a burning forest section with a burn trigger that stays on too long, moving too quickly will cause you to take burn damage, the dam spawn room is missing health kits and weapons, and the elevator models have an offset origin in the dam (players can still get on and use them, but they are invisible and wall collision is missing).
Turtle Rock Studios recently announced it will cease supporting Evolve, its competitive, multi-player shooter. “It’s always hard to leave one of our games behind,” Turtle Rock said in a post, “but now it’s Evolves turn.”
We recently took a good, hard (and occasionally regretful) look at gaming’s most disgusting enemies. To find out which Left 4 Dead enemy made the short list, check out our list.