Left 4 Dead 2: The Passing Crack With Serial Key Latest 2020

Left 4 Dead 2: The Passing (Dowloadable Content) Left 4 Dead 2’s "The Passing" brings the original Left 4 Dead Survivors down south for a meeting with the L4D2 cast, while delivering new single-player, multiplayer and co-operative gameplay.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1923
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Sci-Fi, Tactical
Company / Developer
Electronic Arts / Valve Software
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Left 4 Dead 2: The Passing reviews ( 6 )

BrowniePoints, May 28, 2011

I absolutely loved the passing. It's th first time that there are more survivors alive than just your group. I loved the witty references adn the m60 is my new favourite gun. The golf club is a valuable addition to the vast group of melee weapons. I also love the patches that have been introduced along with the game. The infected bots for versus are great. The fallen survior is a cool new uncommon common. I loved it and the best thing about it is that it is free!!!

A.R., May 2, 2010

The Passing includes a new 3 map campaign with the l4d1 survivors as npcs, a golf club, a m60, a new uncommon infected, and a new weekly mutation mode. The map is pretty well designed and fun, and the conversations with the original survivors are usually funny although limited and brief. The new weapons work well but they only appear in the passing campaign. The new mutation mode brings week long modes such as realism versus, and versus survival ; there will be 20 modes in all and are definitely an interesting way to keep the game fresh. All in all The Passing is a great update, yes there could have been more interactions with the original survivors and the m60 and golf club should probably be in the other campaigns as well but when it comes right down to it it's really fun and that's all that really matters.

ERB, Jul 30, 2013

Why did Bill died.He is my favorite character in The Left 4 Dead series.

D.S., May 5, 2010

What you get is a campaign that just seems like a more polished version of a custom addon campaign. It has its fair share of technical problems, and its far, far too easy, except for the sudden, but satisfying difficulty curve at the end of the campaign. What really irks me though, is that there seems to be so much unused potential here. There seems to be no reason to "reunite" the survivors, as it just leads to some tedious lines of dialogue that have no importance to the overall story. Also, there is no actual interaction between the other survivors or any "wow cool!" moments in the campaign, since you will just be running through boring streets the entire campaign until you reach the underwhelimg ending.

Dylanmc12, Mar 3, 2011

It should of just been DLC. Nothing's changed, theres some new mechanic's but other than that, it's basically the same, artsy Co-op FPS. The reason why L4D is good is because it's one of the few games where the Co-op is "Good". Your team is actually needed rather than some 10 year old following you stealing all the First-Aid-Kit's and RPG Ammo.

MaxB, Apr 25, 2010

Kind of a "meh" experience. It was fun to see the new survivors, and the witch in a dress.. But there was nothing much else that stood out. The L4D1 survivors say nothing about Bill's death, they seem rather happy too. It's strange. The new "gamemode" isn't much of a gamemode as it is a rehash of previously made ones, I don't see much potential in it. Overall, it was sure as hell better than Crash Course. Let's just wait and see what they'll do the for L4D1 Passing DLC.