In honor of the soon to be released DLC, The Passing, for Left 4 Dead 2, we'll be diving back in to zombie infested America and teaming up with some of the original cast.
The PC event will take place on April 24th, 2010 at 6PM PST. The Xbox 360 event is set for April 24th, 2010 at 8PM PST. Date and times are subject to change.
Leave posts in this thread relevant to the gaming event (for confirming you're coming and/or any questions related to the game or event. Posts deemed irrelevant will be deleted)
Bill's Dead Gaming Event
Speak up Francis, your voice got all muffled from being so far up your ass!
All the information you'll need about the upcoming The Passing gaming event.
We'll be playing through the new campaign, The Passing, in Left 4 Dead 2 since it is soon to be released sometime this week. We'll be playing on both Xbox 360 and PC, so pick your preferred platform and hop on during the scheduled times for some campaign time, along with some exploration of the brand new game modes!
Obviously the title of the event is not factual, as nobody knows who the actual dead Survivor will be, but I'm guessing it's Bill, hence why this event is named such. :)
Anyone is welcome to join, naturally, but for those signing up for the PC event, join this Steam group. There's an event scheduler on there and it's an easier way to contact anyone who is playing.
Specific information regarding the The Passing gaming event.
When: April 24th, 2010 6PM PST Other Info: Join the above Steam group and be online, in game, and ready to play, when the time comes and you will be invited into a group to play.
When: April 24th, 2010 8PM PST Other Info: Once you've posted here and are ready to go, be in-game Left 4 Dead 2, ready to start and make sure to add Plufael to your Xbox Live Friend List, otherwise you may not be invited!
I'll sign up for the 360 event. L4D gaming events are usually always fun, especially that one time when we were all jumping inside that one house in Swamp Fever after playing the jukebox... too bad no one recorded it.
I just hope that there wont be any connection problems when we will redo the event. On the 360 it took a while to actually get a game going and by the time it was done everything seemed scrambled. Hopefully it will be better this time.
And I've finally got a 3Mbps connection, and games with more than three players are totally playable and lag-free. So that should cause less trouble setting up games and not having to split into groups.