Valve will release Left 4 Dead on November 4, Shacknews reports, almost two years after Turtle Rock Studios first announced the game. Based on the same Source Engine that powers the Half-Life 2 series, Left 4 Dead will feature cooperative multiplayer and a survival horror-style environment filled with zombies.
You can find out more about Left 4 Dead by checking out one of the many hands-on previews around the web, such as Shacknews' latest piece about the game. Valve plans to release the title simultaneously for Windows and the Xbox 360.
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