It’s been eight years since Valve released the award-winning survival zombie first-person shooter game, Left 4 Dead 2. And yet, until now, there are still millions of players worldwide who continue to enjoy the game. And why is that?
Perhaps, it is because of the mods it offers through Steam. Through the workshop, developers and gamers alike can create and share mods which can be used in the game. One of these mods is the campaign, where users create new maps that players can access using the game itself.
These campaign mods have given a new light to our favorite zombie, bringing us new gaming experiences. That’s why for today, we’ve list down seven of the best campaign mods for Left 4 Dead that you’ll surely want to subscribe to.
Helms Deep Reborn
Helms Deep Reborn is a survival campaign that features a map inspired by the Battle of Helm’s Deep from J.R.R. Tolkien’s LOTR. In this game, you must defend the great fortress of Rohan from a continuous wave of zombies, special infected, and tank. The game will give you an adrenaline rush and leave your blood pumping with excitement.
Warcelona is a campaign filled with four unique and thrilling maps based on the Spanish city of Barcelona. It features a fun, addictive, and exciting gameplay you’ll definitely love to play again and again. Its maps are complex, its graphics aesthetic, and its ending astounding.
Yama is a campaign that features the survivors of the first game: Bill, Francis, Zoey, and Louis. It is a campaign set in Japan. It starts with the survivors finding themselves in the city of Tokyo and escaping west to Kyoto’s Kiyomizu Temple. From there you, along with other survivors must fight your way to the mountains and survive until you’re all able to summon the rescuers.
I Hate Mountains
I Hate Mountains is a five-map campaign that is entirely nature-oriented. In an environment with only a few buildings to hide in, this campaign mod requires survivors to defend themselves in out in the open, providing a whole new challenge to the players. The creators also mentioned that the campaign has several long alternate paths that can totally change the way you play.
Urban Flight is a challenging campaign made of four maps that feature an attractive setting and dynamic pathways. The campaign also comes with a unique multi-stage finale that is guaranteed to thrill players all the way to the end. In this campaign, survivors must flee to a small military airfield. To do so, they must survive everything that stands in their way.
We Don’t Go to Ravenholm
We Don’t Go to Ravenholm is a gift for Half-Life and Left 4 Dead fans. As stated, the maps in this campaign feature the port of the Ravenholm maps from Half-Life 2 game. The areas of the map were modified by the creator to be suitable for Left 4 Dead 2 and have left many fans satisfied.
Last but not the least is Day Break, a campaign that features five maps and boasts of its exhilarating scavenge finale. In this campaign, the survivors must escape San Francisco by making their way out of the city, across the Golden Gate Bridge, and then hop on a boat to Alcatraz to call for rescue. It is a map that will amaze you with its real-world places and landmarks.
Just a reminder, these campaign mods are exclusive to Steam players who bought the game. Install Left 4 Dead 2 on your gaming PC via Steam and then look for the Workshop Tab to browse different mods.