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Big Bugfix-Update out now!

The huge update from 10th July, 2013 comes with over 60 items, a lot of bug fixes, item changes and 2 new control point maps.
Comments (0) Thursday, 11.07.2013

Steam Trading Cards - Officially released

Today, on June 26 2013, the Steam Trading Cards System has been officially released. Thath means, from today on, all users have a new Steam profile and the possibilty of collecting, trading and crafting Steam Trading Cards.
Comments (0) Wednesday, 26.06.2013

New SteamPipe System for TF2

After Valve's convertion of the older Source game DoD:S, HL2:DM und CS:S to the new SteamPipe System, Team Fortress 2 is the next candidate. But what is this new system and what are the advantages for the users?
Comments (0) Monday, 29.04.2013

New First Person View even without VR Glasses

On April 18th, 2013 Valve released a hatless update that integrates a completely new First Person View into the game.
Comments (0) Sunday, 21.04.2013

Wheatley (Portal 2) meets TF2 + Promo Item Update

Wheatley, originally a personality centrepiece for GLaDOS from Portals 2 is now availabe as a Spy Sapper in Team Fortress 2 -  assumed that you own the What's in the Portal 2 Soundtrack Box?.
Comments (0) Wednesday, 13.03.2013

Linux Promo Update!

Linux users should play Team Fortress between February 14 and March 1 2013 to receive the official Linux Promo Item, the Tux penguin!
Comments (0) Friday, 15.02.2013

Small update features "The Cave" Promos

Valve released the first update of the new year yesterday night.
Comments (0) Wednesday, 09.01.2013

Mecha Update Day 2: The Update is Live!

The night brought us this year's Christmas Update for Team Fortress 2, which brings a big bag of new items.
Comments (0) Friday, 21.12.2012

Mecha Update Day 1: The Mecha-Engineer

Christmas, the days of love? Apparently not in Team Fortress 2. Valve released a blog post containing this year's Christmas Update: The Mecha Update.
Comments (0) Thursday, 20.12.2012

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  • Earbuds

    Every player, who launched Team Fortress 2 on a Mac between June 10 and June 14 2010, achieved this earbuds.

Searched by mrmethod and 67 others.

Offer by Grafi 27.06.2013

    • Steam Community Profile
    • Backpack
  • Offering

    • Force-A-Nature

      • Damage (point blank): 82 - 101
      • Damage (medium range): 10 - 39
      • Damage (long range): 3 - 10
      • Mini-crit damage: 7.29 per pellet
      • Critical damage: 16.2 per pellet
      • Total shots: 32 + 2 in the weapon
      • Knockback on the target and the shooter
      • +50% faster firing speed
      • +20% bullets per shot
      • -10% damage done
      • -60% clip size

      The Force-A-Nature is one of the three new weapons added with the Scout Update. The weapon becomes available after unlocking 10 Scout Achievements, thus reaching the"Scout Milestone 2". The weapon is a variation of the Scattergun in terms of design and basic functions, but features a shorter muzzle. It deals about 10% less damage then the Scattergun and has a reduced clip size of 2 shots, but has an increased reload speed. In addition to that, the weapon creates an impact wave at each shot, resulting in enemies being pushed away (as well as the user while in mid-air - also allows triple jumps).

    • Shortstop

      • Damage (short Distance): 69 - 72
      • Damage (medium Distance):: 24 - 48
      • Damage (long Distance):: 6 - 12
      • Minicrit-Damage: 16 pro Kugel
      • Crit-Damage: 24 pro Kugel
      • Shots: 4
      • Total shots: 36 + 4 in the weapon
      • On Hit: Slow target movement by 40% for 0.5s

      As a part of the Special Delivery Kit, this four-barreled Pistol will replace your primary Scattergun. Because of its fast reloading ability, this weapon will be a torture to your enemies when it's used by the right person.

    • Mantreads

      • 25% reduction in push force taken from damage
      • Deals 3x falling damage to the player you land on

      The Mantreads are secondary weapons for the Soldier. They are a pair of bulky leather boots with straps that keep them securely fastened to the Soldier's feet. When equipped, the Mantreads reduce the knock back received from sources such as Stickybombs by 75%. Should the player successfully fall a great distance and land on an enemy, the enemy will take triple the amount of fall damage that the player did.

    • Detonator

      • +25% damage to self

      Alt-Fire: Detonate flare. The Detonator is a secondary weapon for the Pyro. It is a Flare Gun with an elongated barrel taped in place, an extra curved sight and spiral paint designs on the chamber. Similar to the Flare Gun, the weapon fires projectiles which, upon contact with an enemy, with deal slight damage as well as set them alight. Should a flare strike an enemy already on fire, Mini-Crit damage will be inflicted (instead of the full Crit damage that the normal Flare Gun inflicts), and the target's afterburn duration will be reset. The weapon's main ability is its eponymous detonate ability. Pressing secondary fire whilst a flare is in flight will cause it to explode, creating a small blast radius which damages and ignites nearby enemy players within range. The knockback from the explosion can also be used to Flare jump in a manner similar to rocket or sticky jumping. However, Pyros wielding the Detonator will suffer an additional 25% damage taken from their own explosive weapons. The Detonator was previously tested in the Team Fortress 2 Beta.

    • Baby Face's Blaster

      • On Hit: Builds Boost Run at up to double speed at maximum Boost
      • -10% slower movement speed on wearer
      • -34% clip size
      • Boost reduced on air jumps

    Looking for

    • Name Tag

      This Name Tag was brought with the Mann-Conomy Update and allows you, to change the name of an item.

    • Mann Co. Supply Crate Key

      With this key you are able to open a Mann Co. Suppy Crate. The key can only be bought in the store.

    • RoboCrate Key

      Used to open locked RoboCrates.

Offer by de Toli2603 12.11.2013

    • Steam Community Profile
    • Backpack
  • Offering

    • Huntsman

      • Bodyshot: 44-58 (0% Charge), 103-137 (100% Charge)
      • Headshot: 153 (0% Charge), 360 (100% Charge
      • Clip Size: 1 shot
      • Ammunition overall: 12 shots + 1 in the bow

      The huntsman is one of the three new weapons for the sniper introduced with the sniper vs. spy update. The weapon is unlocked once you complete 5 sniper achievements thus acquiring the "Sniper Milestone 1". This weapon is a decent alternative for the sniper rifle. While the latter is more suited for very long range combat, the bow can compete with mid- to melee range combat. The charging time for your shot is shorter than the one of your sniper rifle, which is useful in melee range. The field of view is also better, because you can fire well aimed shots from the normal - unzoomed - sight.

    • Blutsauger

      • Damage point blank: 10 - 15
      • Damage medium range: 5 - 10
      • Damage long range: 5 - 6
      • Mini-crit-Damage: 14
      • Critical damage: 30
      • Shots: 40
      • Munition: 150 + 40 in the weapon
      • +3 HP per Hit

      The Blutsauger is one of the three new weapons added with the Gold Rush Update. The weapon becomes available after unlocking 10 Medic Achievements, thus reaching the "Medic Milestone 1". The weapon deals the same amount of damage as the Syringe Gun. In addition to that, all damage caused by that weapon will be added to the player's health. For instance: When hurting an enemy constantly without missing at all, it will heal 30 health points per second (3 points for each hit). With another TF2 Update the Blutsauger reduces the regenaration of health points from the maximum of 6 to 4 healt point per second.

    • Scrap Metal

    • Noble Hatter's Violet

      The Paint Can is a tool item that allows players to change the coloring of hats and Miscellaneous items. Paint Cans are available in 27 different colors and can be used on most cosmetic items. Paint Cans can be purchased from the Mann Co. Store, found via the item drop system, obtained by opening Mann Co. Supply Crates, or through the Trading system. The two types of Paint Cans are single-color and team-color. Items painted with single-color paints retain the one color, whereas team-color paints will switch between RED and BLU variant colors, depending on the player's current team. Paint can be removed from an item to restore it to its original color by selecting the item in the Backpack and clicking 'Restore'. Note, however, that the paint will not be returned to the player.

    • Boston Basher

      • On Hit: Bleed for 5 seconds
      • On Miss: Hit yourself. Idiot.

      Level 25 Bat

    Looking for

    • Phlogistinator

      • All fire damage charges 'Mmmph', activate to refill health and crit for several seconds
      • No airblast
      • No random critical hits
      • -10% damage penalty

      Being a revolutionary appliance capable of awakening the fire element phlogiston that exists in all combustible creatures, which is to say, all of them.

Werbung - Amazon.de

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