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Left 4 Dead
Type Video Game
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Developer(s) Turtle Rock StudiosValve Corporation
Publisher(s) Valve Corporation
Series Left 4 Dead
Engine Source
Genre(s) First-person shootersurvivalhorror
Release Platform(s) Microsoft WindowsMac OS XXbox 360
Digital Platform(s) Steam

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Interface Language(s) Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of France Flag of Germany Flag of Spain Flag of Russia Flag of Denmark Flag of the Netherlands Flag of Finland Flag of Italy Flag of Japan  Flag of Poland Flag of Portugal Flag of the People's Republic of China Flag of Sweden Flag of the Republic of China Flag of South Korea

Full Audio Language(s) Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of France Flag of Germany Flag of Spain Flag of Russia

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Left 4 Dead is a multiplayer co-operative survival horror first-person shooter game developed by Turtle Rock Studios and published by Valve. The game has been built using Valve's Source Engine and is available on Microsoft Windows and the Xbox 360. It has a sequel, Left 4 Dead 2 released October 17, 2009.

Left 4 Dead pits four human playable or AI controlled survivors of an apocalyptic pandemic against hordes of aggressive Infected. The Survivors' goal is to help each other make it through various scenarios to safety. The Infected are controlled by an AI that dynamically balances difficulty and mood depending on the players' progress and situation. In an alternate game mode, human players can control up to four mutated Boss Infected with special abilities and cooperate to stop the Survivor players.

Left 4 Dead was released November 18, 2008 in the United States and November 21, 2008 in Europe to coincide with the tenth anniversary of the release of Half-Life. A demo was be available in early November for Windows and Xbox 360 users.

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