The Counter-Strike: Source map that led to Left 4 Dead leaked, and you may play it

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A giant batch of maps for Counter-Strike: Source has been leaked, and amongst it’s what’s believed to be an early prototype of what would sooner or later grow to be Left 4 Dead. Mod developer WolfCl0ck has made some changes to the map, known as Zombie_City, and uploaded it on-line for folks to play. WolfCl0ck claims this map is expounded to the prototype of Left 4 Dead, again when Turtle Rock was calling the mission Terror Strike. You can watch the Zombie City mod in motion under.

Modder WolfCl0ck has shared a attainable early prototype of Left 4 Dead on-line.

“Zombie_City is a map created by Valve (or probably Turtle Rock Studios) that was part of the map sources folder that launched immediately,” WolfCl0ck stated concerning the mod. “It is probably going the start line of Left 4 Dead, and for these of you who’ve heard the title ‘Terror-Strike’ earlier than, you’ll like to get the prospect to play this prototype degree.” To get the map working easily, the Zombie City mod offers the unique map some nips and tucks to textures and provides a nav mesh.

Zombie City duties Counter-Strike: Source’s terrorists with putting a bomb whereas heading off an infinitely respawning wave of undead counter-terrorists who can solely use melee assaults. As famous by GamesRadar, YouTuber Tyler McVicker claims that the leaked map represents developer Turtle Rock’s unique prototyped imaginative and prescient for a multiplayer shooter infested with a zombie horde that obtained the eye of Valve, resulting in the creation of Left 4 Dead. Only a couple of screenshots from Turtle Rock’s Terror Strike mission have been seen prior to now.

Counter-Strike: Source is on Steam for £9/$10/€10.

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