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Published on October 14th, 2011 | by Nick


>TF2’s Mann-Co store celebrates 1 year


Valve isn’t known to settle for the ordinary, and this certainly doesn’t apply to the latest Team Fortress 2 update. In celebration of the Mann-Co store turning one year old today, we’ve been all been sent a metric crap-load of new features and content.
On the content side of things, a brand new map named Gullywash has been thrown into the mix. This map is also being welcomed along side of a new load-out system. These preset classes allow you to save different weapon combinations and switch them out on the fly. While you’re customizing your load-outs, make sure to take advantage of the new weapon trials. That’s right, you can now give weapons a six day test run before purchasing them!
The rest of the features that are being brought out today only make the deal even sweeter. New Portal 2 inspired taunts have been added, as well as a feature to slow down or add a shaky-cam in replays. Lastly, you can add multiple miscellaneous items onto your character. These new additions won’t change the game dramatically, but they are certainly deserving of appreciation.
To see the hilarious Mann-Co catalog, jump over here, or check out the PC gamer article for more details.

2 Responses to >TF2’s Mann-Co store celebrates 1 year

  1. Fargo says:

    >I crafted a #76, the hats are looking pretty good. Not sure if I'll actually use multi-class, it's good to have, though.

  2. NipNops says:

    >The load outs are such a welcome feature.



Nick Fenton was forged in the fires of Mount Doom in 1876. At age 14 he was traded to a tribe in the tundra of Minnesota for fur pelts. He is only captivated by instagram photos and dinosaur facts. When it comes to video games, there are none more mediocre. See him on the internet with 10 million MySpace and 10 million YouTube.

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