Okay so i decided to create my own campaign for Left 4 Dead, im a good mapper but just a mapper isn't enough!
Virus Labs is going to be a "Ground Zero" Project for Left 4 Dead, Virus Labs is an underground research laboratory (inspired by Hive from Resident Evil and Black Mesa from Half Life 1). Because of a horrible accident the Virus that creates the Infected could reach the surface. Now In Virus Labs you have to get out of that research lab and get to the top where the Finale will be!
Office Disctrict: 90%
Lab District: 0%
The Caves: 0%
The Surface: 0%
Escape from Ground Zero: 0%
The Development Team requires:
Model Designers (For lab like models)
Texture Designers (For some custom Textures that will be used in the maps)
Art Designer (For the Campaign Movie Poster, Steam Group Avatar and icons and pictures for the ModDB site.)
To join the Development team send me an E-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), you need to tell what you want to be and what you already did on this.Or go to the forum and apply there!
I decided to freeze the development for a certain time because i got no time working on it! Also I still don't got any people who can help me. If you want to apply for something go to our forums and do so there! I don't know when i will work on it again. Also if I won't find someone to help me I will look for models free for use!
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