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Team Fortress 2 Gets New Update, But the Game's Biggest Problem Remains

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Team Fortress 2 players have been struggling with the condition of the game for a long time now. While TF2 has seen fewer updates and a lack of significant content in recent times, the overwhelming number of bots populating servers has been the latest concern of the community.The TF2 community took it upon themselves to push Valve to do something about the situation, launching a social media campaign to Save TF2.

Fans were overjoyed when the game's official Twitter account acknowledged them and confirmed that changes would be made, but now that those changes have arrived, many have been left disappointed.Team Fortress 2 Players Defeat a Team of Bots Only Using a Conga LineTeam Fortress 2 recently launched an update that repaired a number of issues within the game.

Many of these are bugs that have persisted for years without being fixed, like disguised Spies appearing to hold their normal Spy weapon instead of that of the class they're masquerading as.

Several exploits have also been patched out, providing a fairer experience for players. Under normal circumstances, this would probably delight fans, but it doesn't mean much if the game remains largely unplayable due to bots.Unfortunately, it doesn't look like Valve has done much to address the bot issue, at least so far.

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