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Thursday, 13 September 2007 14:32

New trailer for Team Fortress 2

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Engineer time

 

Valve has released a new trailer for the Team Fortress 2 game, featuring the engineer character. Team Fortress 2 will be packed with the famous Orange Box.

The previews of Team Fortress characters became highly anticipated and must see material on the net. It all started with the Heavy Weapons Guy,  and then The Soldier preview. Humorous previews of these characters are looking great, and the entire web agrees that Valve should bundle these videos as add-on to the Orange Box.

The engineer preview is the best one so far. We hope that we will see all the characters before the Orange Box becomes available. Team Fortress 2 beta will be available next week, on September 17, but just for those who pre-ordered the Orange Box on the Steam.  The PC and Xbox 360 versions of the Orange Box should hit Europe on October 12th and the US should see it a bit sooner, October 9th.

You can find the new trailer over at Gametrailers.com.


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