Case in point: Queen Fortress.
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Batter’s helmet. Soldier’s stash, Pyro’s beanie. Demoman’s ‘fro. Football helmet. Mining light. Prussian pickelhaube. Trophy Belt. Fancy Fedora.
If the hats whose names I've read out could please step forward, I'd be very grateful.
None of you have a part to play in TF2’s brightly-coloured future. I’m sorry.
Halloween is creeping up on us in a frankly comical manner that stopped being scary around the time that technicolour started being used in films. But nonetheless, the goofy scarefest is an excuse for Valve to put out a big update for Team Fortress 2, which allows it to be just about as silly and comical as it wants to be. But to do the update, they need input from the community, so they’ve put out a call on the Team Fortress 2 blog for their incredibly productive community to start making scary items for them to include in the update.
So, you’ve been playing Team fortress 2 for a while and you quite fancy one of those fetching hats that everyone seems to be wearing on the public servers. Yet you don’t have 500 hours to spare in the hope of finding one (at random) and have lots of crap sitting in your inventory. Rather than playing til your thumbs bleed, why not have a go at crafting one for yourself? We’ve designed a simple yet comprehensive starter guide to help you learn how to do just that. I present to you the Official PC Games N Beginners’ Guide To Crafting Hats!