Valve has announced this week that support for their Steam Workshop will be arriving on Left 4 Dead 2 during the middle of October 2012.
The new Steam Workshop support will roll out for PC, Mac and Linux versions of Left 4 Dead 2, and allows players to rate, and install community created add-ons.
Community add-ons that can be installed include, new weapons, maps, items and mutations, for all to enjoy, due to the new “expanded scripting tool.” More details are expected to be published closer to the official launch date, so we will keep you posted on progress and news as it happens.
“The Steam Workshop website will allow you to browse, rate, and discuss thousands of community created add-ons and even install them directly to your game with just one click of the mouse. We are also going to try an experiment with the L4D2 Workshop that will allow content to appear in the L4D2 world even more seamlessly based on the community’s response.”
Source: Left 4 Dead Blog
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