More of the Same
That shouldn't deter the Left 4 Dead faithful from giving this new expansion a shot, though. If you're still playing L4D2, chances are you don't mind that the game hasn't shaken up the foundations too much. This is an especially good value for those who never played through the original game, because a retooled version of the punishing No Mercy campaign from that game has been included alongside The Sacrifice in order to give some context to the events of the latter. All of these new(ish) maps are playable in the online versus modes as well, so like The Passing, this level pack is best suited for those who want to play online. New achievements also cater well to the online community, making for a fairly replayable expansion. Left 4 Dead 2 is still a solid game, but your enjoyment of The Sacrifice will hinge on whether or not you mind that this is essentially the same game you first played back in 2008.