Left 4 Dead is a shooter game developed by Valve for the Xbox 360. The game was released on November 4, 2008.
Have you ever wished that multiplayer games really did much of anything to force people to work together? How many times have you lost a round in an FPS because of a lone wolf who runs off to do his own thing? It seems like they really think that running off by themselves will be leads them to victory, undeterred by little things like repeated deaths. Read More.
Previews and Features
Teamwork. Remember being taught as a child to not stray too far from a group and to help your friends when they're in need? Welcome to Left 4 Dead. Sticking together is key for survival, producing fantastic team dynamics in the effort to stay alive. It's four versus hundreds upon hundreds of zombies, and the most fun I've had in a FPS in a long time. Read More.
Valve announced that Crash Course -- the second downloadable content (DLC) update for its co-operative zombie thriller, Left 4 Dead (L4D) -- will be made available worldwide on September 29 on Xbox 360 and PC. Read More.
Valve announced the next major downloadable content (DLC) update for its co-operative zombie thriller, Left 4 Dead (L4D) on Xbox 360 and PC in 2008.
Entitled "Crash Course," the latest DLC delivers new single-player, multiplayer and co-operative gameplay to both platforms. Read More.
A free update for the Xbox 360 version of Left 4 Dead is available now via Xbox Live. The update includes a host of fixes, tweaks and new features, including enhancements to Versus mode for improved competitive play. The full change list is: Read More.
The recently announced Left 4 Dead Downloadable Content (L4D DLC) will be delivered to Xbox 360 and PC gamers free of charge.
Due for release this spring, the DLC for 2008's new game property on the PC and Xbox 360, is dubbed the L4D Survival Pack and introduces a new multiplayer game mode entitled, Survival, plus two complete campaigns for Versus Mode (Death Toll, Dead Air). Read More.