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Team Fortress 2 community mods look spook-tacular

Oct 25 // Alasdair Duncan
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C'mon, I'm allowed one Halloween pun at this time of year, right? Anyway, Team Fortress 2 has had plenty of official Halloween updates in the past, whether it's been special themed maps or limited edition hats. Now a group of modders are ready to unleash a wealth of scary Halloween items for Team Fortress 2, in the Night of the Living Updates

There's some really great looking stuff here, from a Mexican Day Of The Dead inspired skill mask for the Pyro, to a full Creature From The Black Lagoon outfit for the demoman. There's a great looking sentry gun, complete with a Fallout 3 brain in a jar. Each set of updates is given a faux-movie title and synopsis so it's well worth reading through each section.

With the Mann Co store making over $2 million for item creators, it's always good to see a real big update from the modding community. I've been resistant to buying items in Team Fortress 2 but the Night of the Living Update items look really good and I might be temped to purchase a few.

Halloween-themed downloads for Team Fortress 2 [Super Punch]


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