Steam Workshop, the service that allows players to browse, rate, and install community created add-ons will be coming to Left 4 Dead 2 next month, widening the already noticeable gap in features between the PC and Xbox 360 versions of the game. Valve is also working on an experiment that will “allow content to appear in the L4D2 world even more seamlessly based on the community’s response.” the developer said on their official blog. That’s intriguing. The service will also bring with it an expanded scripting tool for players to create more varied experiences in their creations. The best part is the update will be rolling out on the PC, Mac, and Linux, so no one (well, almost no one) is left out.
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