11 years after launching, Left 4 Dead 2 is getting a major content update including a ton of new maps and more.
New leaks from one of Turtle Rock's canceled projects reveal that they were working on Invaders before shifting focus to Back 4 Blood.
Left 4 Dead 2 could be getting one of the most difficult campaigns from the original Left 4 Dead
During The Final Hours of Half-Life: Alyx, it was revealed that Valve canceled a bunch of titles throughout the years, including Half-Life 3.
Back 4 Blood hasn't been left for dead after a new screenshot emerges this weekend.
Deep Rock Galactic brings its fun mix of Left 4 Dead-like multiplayer and Minecraft-like maps out of early access on May 13.
Valve has a history of great games, and now the music of those titles is available on Spotify for free. As long as you don't mind ads.
In light of some new reports and rumors, Valve has insisted that no new Left 4 Dead game is currently being developed, even though the idea has been explored in the past.
It's the ultimate Halloween showdown, as the DualShockers staff imagines which horror icons could duke it out with video game characters.
A strang trailer supposedly teasing a new Left 4 Dead game popped up online today, but it seems fake.
Back 4 Blood is a New Left 4 Dead Spiritual Successor Being Developed by the Original Team at Turtle Rock Studios
Turtle Rock is returning to its roots with Back 4 Blood, a new title in the co-op zombie shooter genre.
As the online gaming world grows bigger and bigger with each year that passes, where does this leave the all-too-important couch co-op?
The Orange Box, Portal, and both Left 4 Dead entries have been been graphically improved for those who own the Xbox One X.
The iconic war vet Bill makes a return in a new update for the indie PC horror hit Dead By Daylight, with Bill added as a new playable character.
Developer Turtle Rock has released the final and lost episode of the Left 4 Dead campaign, "Dam It," for free for people who already own a copy of the game. In the Turtle Rock forums, co-founder
Five More Games Added to Xbox One’s Backwards Compatibility Program; Includes the Original Left 4 Dead and Portal 2
Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb announced that five new games were added to the Xbox One's backwards compatibility program today on his Twitter account. The five games are Left 4 Dead, Portal 2, Flashback, Babel Rising,
This is one crossover we didn't see coming. Zombie Army Trilogy brought in some familiar faces to go against zombie Hilter and his undead army.
Since its release in 2009 and under the heavy restrictions of Australian game censorship and ratings, fans of Left 4 Dead 2 in the land down under have had to contend with a censored version of Valve's