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Tripwire Interactive has today announced that the their two titles, Red Orchestra 2 and Killing Floor, will be receiving full Steam Workshop support to allow more manageable mod content. The new addition to the games will allow a greater variety of content for both games, including support for future contests.
For the players, this means that you can find new content for your favorite Tripwire Interactive titles on the Steam Workshop. You will find a ton of community-made maps, mutators and mods of all kinds in there. More importantly, you can subscribe to content you like and be sure that you will always have the latest version as Steam Workshop will automatically download it for you and update it whenever the creator puts a new version in the Workshop.

On top of that, it is the perfect place for feedback - rate pieces you try, create collections and share them with your friends. With all that functionality, it is also perfect for the creators.
To celebrate the release of the Steam Workshop, Tripwire has created a new bundle which includes all of their games, from Red Orchestra 1 and 2 through to The Ball and Dwarfs. The bundle is available now on Steam for $20.39, however it will go back to a price of $59.99 after 25th September so get in quick.



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