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Gold Rush Update

The first major update for TF2 which included new weapons for the Medic and the ability to unlock these weapons through achievements.

DLC name Gold Rush Update
Platform PC
Release date April 29, 2008
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The Pyro Update

Included new weapons for the Pyro, the inclusion of two community maps: Turbine and Fastlane.

DLC name The Pyro Update
Platform PC
Release date June 19, 2008
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A Heavy Update

Includes new weapons for the Heavy, a new payload map: Badwater Basin, a new community map: Steel and Arena mode.

DLC name A Heavy Update
Platform PC
Release date August 19, 2008
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The Scout Update

Included new weapons for the Scout and the addition on several community maps: Watchtower, Junction and Egypt.

DLC name The Scout Update
Platform PC
Release date February 24, 2009
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The Sniper vs. Spy Update

Included new weapons for both the Sniper and the Spy. Apart from this, the update introduced the Payload Race game mode, a new community map: Hoodoo, new arena maps: Nucleus and Sawmill. The update also saw a change to unlocking weapons as this could now be achieved through random drops.

DLC name The Sniper vs. Spy Update
Platform PC
Release date May 21, 2009
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Classless Updates

Added new hats, maps, King of the Hill game mode and lots of game balances/fixes/general changes.

DLC name Classless Updates
Platform PC
Release date August 13, 2009
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Hallowe'en Special

Added a new community map: Koth_Harvest, Added a Halloween edition called Koth_Harvest_Event and 5 Halloween only 'scarechievements'.

DLC name Hallowe'en Special
Platform PC
Release date October 29, 2009
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WAR! Update

Added new control point map Gorge, added new capture the flag map Double Cross, added item crafting, added work-in-progress TF Bots for beta testing in KOTH maps. Added 35 new Soldier achievements, added 4 new Soldier items, added new Soldier Domination lines. Added 35 new Demoman achievements, added 3 new Demoman items, added new Demoman Domination lines.

DLC name WAR! Update
Platform PC
Release date December 17, 2009
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119th Update

Adds 3 medals which indicate the length of time a person has being playing the game.

DLC name 119th Update
Platform PC
Release date April 29, 2010
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The Engineer Update

Added new Engineer weapons and achievements, maps and limited edition golden wrenches (only 100 available).

DLC name The Engineer Update
Platform PC
Release date July 8, 2010
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The Mann-Conomy Update

Added new weapons and a in-game store.

DLC name The Mann-Conomy Update
Platform PC
Release date September 30, 2010
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The Replay Update

The update introduces the ability for a player to record and save their life after they have died. Later on, the player can edit and save film clips and upload them to YouTube for other people to watch. It also introduced 8 new achievements and 12 new items.

DLC name The Replay Update
Platform PC
Release date May 5, 2011
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The Über Update

Added new Payload map Barnblitz. Free to Play: Team Fortress 2 officially became free to play. New sets of weapons for each character class. Added new Medic weapons (The Overdose, The Solemn Vow, and The Quick Fix)

DLC name The Über Update
Platform PC
Release date June 23, 2011
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Manniversary Update

This update introduced the Steam Workshop, an improved submission hub for player created hats and weapons. It also added over 30 new items, a High Five taunt, a second Misc. slot, the ability to add decals to some items, the ability to try items from the store for up to one week, and the ability to create and save four different loadouts for each character. It also added a new capture point map, Gullywash.

DLC name Manniversary Update
Platform PC
Release date October 13, 2011
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Very Scary Halloween Special

Added new styles for the Spine-Chilling Skull and the Ghastly Gibus hats. Added the special map event Eyeaduct, featuring the fearsome Monoculus. Added special Halloween Costume item sets for each character. Added the Unarmed Combat and the Wanga Prick weapons. Added new Halloween-only achievements.

DLC name Very Scary Halloween Special
Platform PC
Release date October 27, 2011
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Australian Christmas

Added Medievil Mode to Team Fortress 2, which restricted the players to melee-only or specific weapons. Added Degroot Keep for the Medievil Mode. Added new weapons for 6 of the classes. Added three new weapon sets for the Medic, Heavy, and Demoman. Added a Stamp Store where players could support community-made maps by purchasing stamps for the level. Increased the backpack slots by 100. Added 20 new hats. Added special festive keys that were used to open festive crates.

DLC name Australian Christmas
Platform PC
Release date December 17, 2010
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Australian Christmas 2011

Added a new CP map called Foundry, which featured new hazards. Added new weapons packs for the Engineer (Brainiac Pack) and the Pyro (Moonman Pack), as well as new weapons for the Heavy (Holiday Punch), Spy (Spycicle), and Scout (Wrap Assassin Added 14 new community-created weapons and hats. Added special Naughty and Nice Crates, which used special keys to open. All Naughty or Nice crates reverted back to standard crates on December 22nd.

DLC name Australian Christmas 2011
Platform PC
Release date December 16, 2011
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Pyromania

Added the final "Meet the..." video for the Pyro. Added the new Special Delivery CTF map Doomsday, in which RED and BLU compete to secure the neutral briefcase of Austraulium, deliver it to the rocket, and successfully launch it. Added Pyrovision Goggles, which grants visual access to Pyroland, a child-like and colorful world that the Pyro sees through the lens of his Optical Mask. Given in "Vintage" form to all who logged on before July 5th. Added Burning Bongos, Infernal Orchestrina, and Ballonicorn items

DLC name Pyromania
Platform PC
Release date June 27, 2012
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The Hatless Update

Added a new KotH map called Badlands. Added a new "Coach" mechanic that allows seasoned players to coach those who are looking for some assistance with TF2. Added the Spy, Demoman, and Engineer to the in-game Basic Training mode. Added a new UI for voting. Added a new Dynamic Model Loading patch that allows TF2 to use less memory when in use. Added new SLIK Audio Codec to improve voice chat in-game. Players running TF2 with DX8 can now see paints. Added ability for in-game bots to play Payload and improved

DLC name The Hatless Update
Platform PC
Release date April 14, 2011
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The Second Annu-Hell Scream Fortress Hauntdead Halloween Special

Added the winners of the TF2Maps.net contest: Mountain Lab and Mann Manor to Team Fortress 2. Added new special Halloween-only achievements. Added the Horseless Headless Horseman, the first ever "official" boss for Team Fortress 2, to the Mann Manor map. Added Description Tags, which allow players to add custom descriptions to the weapons of their choice. Added the option to have items gift-wrapped when bought. Added the Sticky Jumper, a new Demoman weapon that deals no damage and is designed to help train

DLC name The Second Annu-Hell Scream Fortress Hauntdead Halloween Special
Platform PC
Release date October 28, 2010
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The Mac/Offline Mode Update

Added iMac compatibility to Team Fortress 2. Added new Training Mode, which allowed players to partake in basic training. Added new Offline Practice Mode, which pits the player in a offline match against A.I. controlled bots in select game modes. Added simplified menus for easier access. Players who played Team Fortress 2 on the iMac within four days of it's release were given free white earbuds that can be equipped in-game.

DLC name The Mac/Offline Mode Update
Platform PC
Release date August 12, 2010
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Mann vs Machine Update

Added a Six Player Co-op, the first ever of it's kind, to Team Fortress 2. Added a new, robotic faction known as the Gray Horde for use in Co-op Mode. Added new Co-op maps: Mannworks, Coal Town, and Decoy. Added the Upgrade Station to the Co-op Mode, which allows players to upgrade their arsenal in the downtime between each wave. Added Mann Up mode, a pay-to-play mode that grants access to rare loot and cosmetic items. Added Tactical Options for each character, allowing for dynamic tactical advantages on th

DLC name Mann vs Machine Update
Platform PC
Release date August 15, 2012
Developers Valve Corporation
Publishers Valve Corporation
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The 4th Anu-Hell Scream Fortress Spectral Halloween Special

Adds Ghost Fort, a haunted and twisted version of the Lakeside KoTH map that features the spectral ghost of the wizard Merasmus, the newest TF2 mini-boss (joining Headless Horseless Horsemann and Monoculus). Adds the Wheel of Fate, which activates whenever the control point on Ghost Fort changes hands and casts either a negative or positive effect (burning/bleeding damage, big heads) to all players on the map. Adds Wave 666, a new Mann vs Machine map that takes place on a dusk-covered Coal Town that is bein

DLC name The 4th Anu-Hell Scream Fortress Spectral Halloween Special
Platform PC
Release date October 26, 2012
Developers Valve Corporation
Publishers Valve Corporation
Launch price 0.00
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The Mecha Update

DLC name The Mecha Update
Platform PC
Release date December 20, 2012
Developers Valve Corporation
Publishers Valve Corporation
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Robotic Boogaloo

DLC name Robotic Boogaloo
Platform PC
Release date May 17, 2013
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The Scream Fortress 5th Annual Helloween Special

DLC name The Scream Fortress 5th Annual Helloween Special
Platform PC
Release date October 29, 2013
Developers Valve Corporation
Publishers Valve Corporation
Launch price 0.00
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The Two Cities Update

DLC name The Two Cities Update
Platform PC
Release date November 21, 2013
Developers Valve Corporation
Publishers Valve Corporation
Launch price 0.00
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Summer Event 2013

DLC name Summer Event 2013
Platform PC
Release date July 10, 2013
Developers Valve Corporation
Publishers Valve Corporation
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The Love & War Update

DLC name The Love & War Update
Platform PC
Release date June 18, 2014
Developers Valve Corporation
Publishers Valve Corporation
Launch price 0.00
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The Scream Fortress Sixth Annual Halloween Special

DLC name The Scream Fortress Sixth Annual Halloween Special
Platform PC
Release date October 29, 2014
Developers Valve Corporation
Publishers Valve Corporation
Launch price 0.00
Add on types Multiplayer Add-On, Equipment/Clothing

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