Left 4 Dead's "The Sacrifice" is out

Francis, Zoey, Bill and Louis are back in an all-new, zombie-infused campaign. "The Sacrifice" tells the story of the last Left 4 Dead 2 expansion, "The Passing", from the perspective of the original survivors. Players will find out how they managed to meet up with the Left 4 Dead 2 cast, and at the end, be forced to make a life-changing decision.

The campaign is available free of charge to Steam users who own either Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2. Xbox 360 owners can purchase the DLC through Xbox Live for 560 Microsoft Points (approximately $7). A Mac version of Left 4 Dead 2 goes live today as well.

Along with the new chapter in the zombie survival saga, "No Mercy" - the hospital campaign from the first Left 4 Dead - will be updated and included for Left 4 Dead 2 players, who can then play through both campaigns.

In honor of the release, both games are now on sale for 66 percent off their normal price on Steam. Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2 are just $6.49 each with a four pack available for each title at $20.30. Players can also buy both games in a bundle for $10.19.


How much would you pay for Left 4 Dead or Left 4 Dead 2? Do I hear $100? $200? But we are already givin’ it away at $19.99! And that my friends ain’t low enough! I hear you saying half-that! Half that! Shout it to the heavens half that !

Do I hear $9.99?

That rightly would be an amazing price, but we can go lower than that my friends. Say it, we can go lower.

Now before you all read further, gather round your kin folk because this here is serious business. Prices like this come once a lifetime, and you are gonna want to know where you stood this day when you heard the news.

What if I told you, your pick, Left 4 Dead or Left 4 Dead 2 only - $6.80 a piece! What? You want both! How about $10.20 for both? But you have four friends and they all wanna be consumed by the passion that is Left 4 Dead? I give you a four pack of either illustrious title for only $20.40 – that is a mere $5.10 per!

Did I just hear you say, “But I already own these fine games sir?” Well of course you do friend, you’re one of the educated ones. But what about your unsophisticated friends? You may have friends that do not have five dollars. You may have friends who have not yet purchased said items because until just recently they were unable to play these here games due to their choice of computational machines.

At this price, I’m gonna tell you, don’t just buy one. Buy three. If you were thinking of buying three, buy seven. If you were gonna buy seven buy forty-one. At these prices, I dare say one could procure enough as to have birthday, anniversary, bereavement, and Christmas gifts for the next 30 years.

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