Posted on January 11, 2008,

New TF2 PC Maps Coming

TF2 Badlands

According to Shacknews, PC gamers will indeed be getting two new maps for Team Fortress 2 (console versions are yet undecided). Not only that, but the maps will “hopefully arrive within the next two months.”

Since Valve’s critically acclaimed Orange Box was launched in October 2007, fans of its Team Fortress 2 component have been expecting – if not half-begging – for additional map content. While the six maps included in TF2 are considered by gamer’s standards to be of the utmost quality, many in the community have expressed their notion of becoming “burned-out” by playing such a small number of maps in rotation. Given TF2‘s limited variance of said maps, I’d have to agree.

One of the new maps forthcoming will be a remake of Team Fortress Classic’s Badlands. In addition to this news was mention of additional content hitting well before the maps. The Medic achievement pack that will add several new achievements and gameplay tweaks for the class was specifically mentioned.

So yeah, Badlands sounds like a cool map to add to TF2‘s roster. Unfortunately, as Shacknews keenly pointed out, someone in the TF2 community was already working on a Badlands map project (image above exhibits the WiP). I guess it sucks to be him right now.

Via Shacknews

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3 Comments on New TF2 PC Maps Coming


On January 12, 2008 at 12:23 am

Anon does not forgive.


On January 12, 2008 at 3:25 am

Honestly, most of the servers I see are 1 map 24/7 deals or they run only a few maps out of the 6. It shouldn’t be a surprise that valve only made 6 maps. For those that just MUST have 30 maps to play there are plenty of servers dedicated to custom maps and some of these maps that AREN’T put together by a 5 year old are pretty good.


On January 12, 2008 at 4:18 pm

Personally, I’m still happy with what maps are available. (Although I will gladly welcome new maps from Valve.) They’re just so perfectly tuned for each particular mode that they don’t really get old. But that’s just me, and I can completely understand why six maps aren’t enough for a lot of folks.