Users have been complaining about various problems in the game for years, and now they are organizing a community movement.
Team Fortress 2 has given us various reasons to consider it one of the best free-to-play shooters on PC, so it’s no surprise to learn that it still has a huge community behind it. It has celebrated the few updates from Valve and has put untold hours into the game, but it is also aware that the title has some issues that need to be fixed now.
The protest will be peaceful and will avoid insults and hate messages towards ValveOne of the most talked about dilemmas for Team Fortress 2 players revolves around the presence of bots, but there are also other reasons why the title is considered “unplayable”. There are many times that the community has contacted Valve to address these problems, but the developer has never taken decisive steps to solve the situation. In this way, users have grown tired of waiting and have formed a protest to reiterate their request.
As reported from GamesRadar+, the Team Fortress community intends to carry out a massive protest on May 26 at 7:00 p.m., at which time they will post messages of love towards the game along with the hashtag #SaveTF2. After all, the organizers (about 35 content creators) remind the community that they want to carry out a peaceful movement in which no insults are thrown at Valve.
“This will be a very peaceful protest just to remind everyone that we love this game, please don’t send hate mail towards Valve,” explains one of the protesters. “We’ll be representing the TF2 community, so let’s do it right!” Alongside this, a post has been shared on Reddit which reads the intentions of the move: “TF2 means a lot to so many! The community has been through a lot. But now, TF2 is in an unplayable state. We, the creators [de contenido] We have decided to unite and share our love and affection for TF2! Will you join us?”
Of course, Team Fortress 2 has faced many problems throughout its existence such as a leak that put the community on alert. Valve quickly fixed this issue, but the same cannot be said for other bugs found in the shooter. After all, in 2017 he finished fixing a bug that had been present in the game for 10 years.
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