One 4 Nine is featured by Valve on l4d.com from today for the next few weeks. Many thanks to Valve for featuring my campaign.
I've got no plans at this time to update either the L4D1 or L4D2 version. Both versions were released about two months ago and my "list of things to fix" is precisely zero for both, not even anything minor. So, the current versions seem pretty solid and stable. Unless any reports of major bugs are reported I'm regarding L4D1 v7 and L4D2 v5 as my final releases.
Since there may well be an influx of new people to One 4 Nine and want some more info, here's the website for the campaign One4nine.co.uk
Anyone who doesn't understand the finale or who just wants the official explanation can find it here One4nine.co.uk [CAUTION: major spoilers, do not read until you've played through the campaign]
Thank you to all who have taken the time to download and play One 4 Nine, and especially to email me providing feedback. I hope you've enjoyed it.
For the last two months I've been working on my next campaign. I'm not releasing many details at this point, just to say that it's not a sequel to One 4 Nine, it uses some Google maps of a location in Northern England as a starting point, and is going to be called "The Bloody Moors"...