Sure, Left 4 Dead 2 is only a month away, but that hasn’t stopped Valve from supporting Left 4 Dead. Crash Course is out for both the Xbox 360 and PC today. The downloadable content adds a new campaign (playable in survival and versus mode), new dialog, new achievements, and new locations.
Valve announced today that Left 4 Dead’s new campaign, Crash Course, will be out next week. The campaign takes place between the No Mercy and Death Toll campaigns, fleshing out what happens once you escaped from the hospital and how you end up trying to get to the airport. The DLC will be available on September 29 and will cost 560 Microsoft Points for the Xbox 360, while the PC version is free.
Sure, Left 4 Dead 2 is coming out in November, but that isn’t stopping Valve from releasing more DLC for the original Left 4 Dead. The new campaign, Crash Course, will be playable in single player, co-op, and versus modes and (adding some continuity to the campaigns) takes place between the No Mercy and Death Toll campaigns. Apparently, the helicopter rescue off the rooftop of the hospital ends…poorly. The new campaign will run for 560 Microsoft points on the Xbox 360 (it’s free for all the lucky PC users).