Looks like the recent #SaveTF2 campaign, which has spread to social media sites like Reddit and Twitter, has finally reached Valve’s ears.
The main goal of the online campaign was to remind the company that Team Fortress 2 is still a favorite game around the world, but is currently suffering from a big bot problem and what users are saying is lack of updates. Many players have come to share stories and memories using hashtags, which is why this game is so important to them and to the wider community. # SaveTF2 (Opens in new tab) To spread the message.
As a result of the campaign, d Official Twitter account For Tim Fortress 2, which has not had a status update in two years, has responded to the promotion. According to the statement: “The TF2 community, we are listening to you! We love this game and know you do too. We can see how big this problem has become and we are working to make things better.”
TF2 community, we hear you! We love this game and know you do too. We can see how big this problem has become and we are working to make things betterMay 26, 2022
This message, though simple, can make some big changes to the free-to-play title. Back in 2020, Source code leaked This leads to an increase in targets as well as the fear of malware. Since then players have been coming in loudly for fixing.
Analysis: A game worth saving?
One could argue that Team Fortress 2 is too old for a game that can get regular updates. After all, it was back in 2007, more than 10 years ago, and until recently a lot of new content and updates were available.
However, the incredibly powerful userbase is undeniable. This is a title that regularly hits 75,000 contemporary players on Steam and at the time of this writing, is currently under 11 Most play games Steam
A game with so much consistent support from its fans, no matter how old it is, deserves support. Especially when the big problem is one that has such a big impact on gameplay and enjoyment.
Hopefully, Valve’s statement will be a sign of future action, which fans have been screaming for years.