Left 4 Dead: Crash Course Crack + License Key Download

Left 4 Dead: Crash Course (Downloadable Content) Left 4 Dead's latest DLC delivers an all-new single-player, multiplayer and co-operative gameplay experience, expanding the game universe with new locations, new dialogue from the original cast, and an explosive finale. At the finale of No Mercy, our four Survivors fought their way to the rooftop of Mercy Hospital, where they were flown away to safety in a helicopter. Crash Course continues the story moments later, taking our heroes from a fiery helicopter crash in the outskirts of Riverside to the escape vehicle that will lead them to the events in Death Toll. While containing both Survival maps and a Co-operative Campaign, one of the primary goal of Crash Course is Versus mode. Crash delivers a complete, streamlined Versus mode experience in just 30 minutes. A recharge timer for infected teammates has also been added, so you can better coordinate your attacks. Item spawn behavior has changed for more balanced gameplay. [Valve]
Download Left 4 Dead: Crash Course Crack/Patch

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Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1641
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Sci-Fi, Arcade
Company / Developer
Electronic Arts , Valve Software / Valve Software
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Left 4 Dead: Crash Course reviews ( 7 )

BrianC, Dec 24, 2009

The Crash Course campaign helps to bridge the gap between the early l4d and the new and updated l4d2. The first maps were short and weapons were in exact locations, with few interesting spots for special infected. Crash Course is much longer with gifts left all throughout the level, guns showing up in random order in random spots, and a TON of lovable spots for special infected to spawn.

anonymous, Nov 10, 2009

Its free! Added many hours of gameplay to the game for me. Maby people bagging this should complain to microsoft for forcing valve to be charged everytime they want to release free DLC but can't because they have to charge people for it due to microsofts rules.

oddaas, Dec 8, 2009

A very nice expansion for a good game already, it gives the game good varety, and i like that its short and weapons are only found with one at the time

MilesW, Oct 9, 2009

Overall Crash Course is ok. It is kind of nice having a shorter to play when you are a little crunched for time. The level design is somewhat crowded and the weapon and item placement is extremely predictable (as aposed to the other campains). Overall this campain leaves me wanting more.

IGF-Pixelspeech, Apr 23, 2011

Crash Course is a rather mediocre update for one of my favorite games, Left 4 Dead, made by Valve. It still has the same great gameplay and atmosphere, but now the story has changed for the better. The game takes place immediately after the first campaign, No Mercy, where you got saved by a helicopter. As the name suggests the helicopter crashes and you need to find another way out of the city.Now I have two major complaints:1. The maps are bigger and allow you to take different routes. While this allows for more strategic approaches it also becomes easier to get lost and it also doubles the amount of siderooms you need to check if you want to get all the weapon upgrades.2. There are only two maps and it only took me and a chum thirty to forty minutes to get through this campaign, but looking back at complaint number 1 I should probably be thankful for that.The game is still exactly the same good and it's fun, but if you are an xbox-owner then don't bother paying for this. I didn't have to because I have the PC version of the game, but if you don't then take off three points from my score.

AndrewS., Oct 13, 2009

It is a well constructed piece of scenery, and a rather interesting final setpiece typical of Valve. But it is seriously at most 35 minutes long, I'm not going to take this half-baked effort from Valve.

Nick, Nov 15, 2009

Crash Course was probably made in a day because they were far too busy on L4D2. Lots of bugs and simply mistakes made by the dev team which show no signs of them getting fixed either. I left ripped off even though it was FREE content, if only i could uninstall it from my HDD without uninstalling L4D