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It's official - from next week Insurgency will be available directly from Steam as a free download, making it much easier for you to download and install INS, as well as to keep up with the latest updates.

Posted by Dr_Spielmann on Sep 27th, 2008

It's official - from next week Insurgency will be available directly from Steam as a free download, making it much easier for you to download and install INS, as well as to keep up with the latest updates.


4 other mods have been selected by Valve to be part of this initiative - Synergy, D.I.P.R.I.P., Age of Chivalry and Zombie Panic. Please check below an extract of the official announcement:

As a part of our continuing efforts to support the MOD community, we will begin hosting selected MODs directly on Steam starting next week. [...] As always, owners of any Source game will be able to download and play all of these MODs for free.
Once installed, these MODs will appear in your "My Games" list and will receive automatic updates just like other games on Steam. Also, these MODs now take advantage of Steamworks, which provides stat tracking and tighter integration with the Steam community.
We're excited to see MOD developers get wider recognition for the hard work they have done, and we hope to support more MOD teams in the future [...]

These are fantastic news for all of us, and a great way to bring new players into the Insurgency community. You can read the announcement directly from your Steam client as well as from this link. Expect more information about this release to be published in the following days and some small server updates in advance.

More information at the Insurgency Home Page.

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NullSoldier
NullSoldier Sep 27 2008, 3:58am says:

Yes! It's finaly time! I've been waiting for this!

Valve, you've revolutionized the entire gaming community and framework of mod and game development alike... What will you do next? Valve is to Game Technology and Developers as Google is to searching and internet applications.

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StaindK
StaindK Sep 27 2008, 4:14am replied:

Yeah, i agree... What VALVe damns up with Steam, it totally repairs with its modding support :P

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NullSoldier
NullSoldier Sep 27 2008, 4:45am replied:

I cant say I agree there, Steam was really flawed at the start but I think at this point Steam is one of the most solid dependable services there is. I don't even bother to buy games in the store anymore unless I absolutely HAVE to. (Especially if EA makes it, then I just won't buy it at all )

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sathanas
sathanas Sep 27 2008, 7:33am replied:

Agree completely. It sucked majorly when it was first released, but today I could not imagine Valve games without it. It's so convenient and easy.

Congrats to the Insurgency guys. Maybe now there'll be a few newbies for me to actually play against. Was no fun against the people who had been playing non-stop since day one :)

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vIiRuS_
vIiRuS_ Sep 27 2008, 5:32am says:

wow Congratulation guys.

Valve seems to really care what the modders are doing. :D thats nice.

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Zigelation
Zigelation Sep 27 2008, 5:40am says:

Really nice guys, gratz.

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Bahmut
Bahmut Sep 27 2008, 7:26am says:

I love it !!!

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Wraiyth
Wraiyth Sep 27 2008, 7:46am says:

Grats to Insurgency and the other mods that all got this opportunity. Its a great thing that Valve are doing for the mod community.

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skimmary
skimmary Sep 27 2008, 8:39am says:

Just saw the steam news. Congrats it's erally good that this is happend.

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Killer_man_1996
Killer_man_1996 Sep 27 2008, 10:53am says:

Good Luck!!! for the Insurgency Team. Thanks Valve!

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Kaith
Kaith Sep 27 2008, 11:36am says:

I'm impressed. I've never seen any corporation support its modding community as much as Valve has. I'm looking forward to being a part of it.

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FJS
FJS Sep 27 2008, 12:36pm says:

Just great news, I read them yesterday from Steam.

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renegadekiller
renegadekiller Sep 27 2008, 6:06pm says:

OMFG TY, LIKE YES Wwoot.

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Fiasco
Fiasco Sep 28 2008, 10:00am says:

A plus plus

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RogerRamjet
RogerRamjet Sep 28 2008, 11:05am says:

Congrats guys, a horah for all of your hard work and effort. Well deserved for a mod that is so well done and has playing legs...

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Xylemon
Xylemon Sep 28 2008, 4:29pm says:

Valve = Revolutionary

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holyknight
holyknight Sep 28 2008, 10:37pm says:

Am I going to have to redownload and reinstall Insurgency to make it steam-friendly?

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Dr_Spielmann
Dr_Spielmann Sep 29 2008, 5:57am says:

Yes, and that's the recommended option since we will be updating Insurgency through the new system.

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