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L4D Crash Course Released, L4D Sale [Updated]

Steam News announces a new update is now automatically available for Left 4 Dead that adds the free Crash Course DLC to Valve's co-op zombie shooter. They also announce Left 4 Dead is on sale for half-off for the next three days, and they are offering a Left 4 Dead 4 pack so you can gift your friends with copies of the game. Update: The price on the four-pack has now been corrected to $44.99 USD, reflecting the sale. Here's word on the DLC and the sale:

Crash Course delivers new single-player, multiplayer and co-operative gameplay and bridges the storyline between the No Mercy and Death Toll campaigns in the original game. To celebrate, we are offering Left 4 Dead at 50% off for 3 days. Or share the fun - get the Left 4 Dead Four Pack and give the game to your friends.

While containing both Survival maps and a Co-operative Campaign, the primary goal of Crash Course is to deliver a complete Versus mode experience in just 30 minutes, resulting in a streamlined version of the game's existing Versus campaigns.

Learn more about the free, all-new free Crash Course DLC on the Left 4 Dead Blog.

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33. Re: L4D Crash Course Released Sep 29, 2009, 19:55 human
Wow, marduk. Sixteen ALLCAPS WORDS because your free DLC content didn't arrive on your hard drive instantaneously?

You compare free content to being 'analy [sic] raped by a gorilla'. One wonders when you had the opportunity to experience primate-human lovemaking. You say we used to play games 'RIGHT AWAY without waiting'. I guess you're too young or too intellectually dishonest to remember that download patches used to be much worse, as companies relied on a handful of third party professional hosting sites like Filefront, etc, to distribute their patches.

I think if someone came up to you on the street and offered you a free soup and salad, you'd scream for an hour until you were blue in the face about the speed of their service.
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