A brand new Team Fortress 2 charity occasion to learn victims of the conflict in Ukraine flips the free-to-play game’s standard Mann vs Machine mode on its head, positioning gamers because the evil robotic horde seeking to blow up the Crimson base. If you happen to’ve by no means performed the FPS game’s standard co-operative mode, generally known as MvM, it’s a wave survival recreation the place you defend your base in opposition to a horde of robots, whereas upgrading your character’s stats and talents between rounds.
Now you’ve the possibility to show the tables, as Operation Rewired Rampage, which runs from June 17 – August 26, places you within the footwear of the attacking robots. The purpose is to struggle your solution to the Crimson base and deposit a bomb right into a gap within the entrance yard, a lot because the enemy robots do within the common MvM mode. The occasion is hosted by MvM group website Potato.tf and options “over 20 missions throughout 14 totally different maps.”
Operation Rewired Rampage is being held in help of Direct Reduction, an humanitarian organisation presently centered on supporting victims of the conflict in Ukraine. To this point, the charity drive has already surpassed its preliminary $10,000 objective and is presently closing in on the $12,000 mark on the time of writing.
If you wish to be a part of the motion, Potato.tf is operating Operation Rewired Rampage servers in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia – so wherever you’re positioned, it is best to hopefully have the ability to soar in and take a look at the mode out for your self. Donating to the fundraiser isn’t required to play, although it’s definitely inspired if you happen to can afford it.
As for Crew Fortress 2 itself, followers have been left a bit of out within the chilly currently, prompting Valve to take to Twitter in response to the latest #SaveTF2 campaign and let gamers know that they’ve heard the group’s complaints in regards to the recreation’s bot points and lack of updates. Just lately, two of the game’s most popular mods returned to motion following radio silence from Valve.