Turtle Rock Studios, the original creator of the Left 4 Dead series before Valve took over has released a previously unfinished campaign for the popular zombie shooter. It is the final campaign for the game. It was released after they had finished Evolve, a shooter similar to Left 4 Dead, opting for monsters rather than zombies.
Left 4 Dead was originally made by Turtle Rock Studios before both the game and the company was bought by Valve. Turtle Rock Studios was then offloaded during the development of Left 4 Dead 2. They then went to THQ and 2K for their pitch for Evolve.
It’s a rough campaign, but playable. Most of it is gray box testing, which is used to search for defects if any due to improper structure or improper use of applications. You can download the new campaign, called Dam It here.
Dam It begins at a small, rural airfield. The C-130 airplane you escape on at the end of Dead Air has already landed, or rather crashed. Players fight their way through an apple orchard, ravine, hiking trail and camping ground. It ends with two finales. One is at a logging camp and the other is the main one at the hydroelectric dam. Even though Left 4 Dead usually played with four people staying together, it is recommended that play split up to have covering fire.
You can see the entire campaign played by a Let’s Player on YouTube known as Bolloxed below.
Left 4 Dead was originally an Xbox 360 exclusive, but now it can be downloaded on Steam, which is where most people play the game right now. Left 4 Dead is based during the zombie apocalypse and is focused around four survivors. Francis, an outlaw biker, Bill, a Vietnam veteran, Zoey, a university student and Louis, a district Account Manager are the only people not infected and they must stick together to fight off the zombie invasion with the use of both firearms and melee weapons to get from safe house to safe house without dying.