Team Fortress 2
sp4rtan148 Jun 23, 2013 @ 7:55am
TF2 Campaign Ideas?
I was thinking to myself about a great idea, what if there were a campaign or story mode in tf2? how will it go? i'll tell you. If there were a story mode button on the tf2 menu, once clicked, a button with the nine classes would show up, if one were to be clicked, we go through a thorough story of that character, where they came from, and how they got involved with mann co? I dont know what you guys think, but I think it's a great idea.
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RastahMan Jun 23, 2013 @ 8:00am 
You can find characters story on TF2 Wiki.
Story mode in TF2 that would be a hughe challange for Valve to create it i think.
Last edited by RastahMan; Jun 23, 2013 @ 8:01am
Party Cow #Krophs Jun 23, 2013 @ 8:13am 
The thing is tf2 is a team vs team game and there is kind of a story with all the events and such, but a campaign for a online fps sounds a bit odd...
sp4rtan148 Jun 23, 2013 @ 8:21am 
Meh, good point, but it would be cool to learn more about these characters... and i dont know.. their names???
Party Cow #Krophs Jun 23, 2013 @ 8:22am 
They don't have real names... Also the game would be too much of a action RPG instead of a fps if the characters had detailed personalities.
Miles Perhour (Banned) Jun 23, 2013 @ 8:23am 
wouldn't be profitable, unlikely to happen
Unodus Jun 23, 2013 @ 8:32am 
Originally posted by sp4rtan148:
Meh, good point, but it would be cool to learn more about these characters... and i dont know.. their names???
most charecters already have given 8ackstory and names
scout=Location of Origin: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Role: Offense

The youngest of eight boys from the south side of Boston, the Scout learned early how to problem solve with his fists. With seven older brothers on his side, fights tended to end before the runt of the litter could maneuver into punching distance, so the Scout trained himself to run. He ran everywhere, all the time, until he could beat his pack of mad dog siblings to the fray.

soldier=Location of Origin: Midwest, USA
Role: Offense

Though he wanted desperately to fight in World War 2, the Soldier was rejected from every branch of the U.S. military. Undaunted, he bought his own ticket to Europe. After arriving and finally locating Poland, the Soldier taught himself how to load and fire a variety of weapons before embarking on a Nazi killing spree for which he was awarded several medals that he designed and made himself. His rampage ended immediately upon hearing about the end of the war in 1949.

pyro=Location of Origin: Unknown
Role: Offense

Only two things are known for sure about the mysterious Pyro: he sets things on fire and he doesn't speak. In fact, only the part about setting things on fire is undisputed. Some believe his occasional rasping wheeze may be an attempt to communicate through a mouth obstructed by a filter and attached to lungs ravaged by constant exposure to his asbestos-lined suit. Either way, he's a fearsome, inscrutable, on-fire Frankenstein of a man - if he even is a man.

demoman=Location of Origin: Ullapool, Scotland, United Kingdom
Role: Defense

A fierce temper, a fascination with all things explosive, and a terrible plan to kill the Loch Ness Monster cost the six year old Demoman his original set of adoptive parents. Later, back at the Crypt Grammar School for Orphans near Ullapool in the Scottish Highlands, the boy's bomb-making skills improved dramatically. His disposition and total number of intact eyeballs, however, did not.

heavy=Country of Origin: Russia
Role: Defense

Like a hibernating bear, the Heavy appears to be a gentle giant. Also like a bear, confusing his deliberate, sleepy demeanor with gentleness will get you ripped limb from limb. Though he speaks simply and moves with an economy of energy that's often confused with napping, the Heavy isn't dumb, he's not your big friend, and he generally wishes you'd just shut up before he has to make you shut up.

engineer=Location of Origin: Bee Cave, Texas, USA
Role: Defense

This amiable, soft-spoken good ol' boy from tiny Bee Cave, Texas loves barbeque, guns, and higher education. Natural curiosity, ten years as a roughneck in the west Texas oilfields, and eleven hard science PhDs have trained him to design, build and repair a variety of deadly contraptions.

medic=Location of Origin: Stuttgart, Germany
Role: Support

What he lacks in compassion for the sick, respect for human dignity, and any sort of verifiable formal training in medicine, the Medic more than makes up for with a bottomless supply of giant needles and a trembling enthusiasm for plunging them into exposed flesh. Raised in Stuttgart, Germany during an era when the Hippocratic oath had been downgraded to an optional Hippocratic suggestion, the Medic considers healing a generally unintended side effect of satisfying his own morbid curiosity.

sniper=Country of Origin: Australia
Role: Support

In his former life as a tracker of dangerous game in the unforgiving Australian outback, the Sniper would spend months by himself. Prolonged isolation taught him a valuable lesson: You don't have to rely on other people if you never miss.

spy=Country of Origin: France
Role: Support

He is a puzzle, wrapped in an enigma, shrouded in riddles, lovingly sprinkled with intrigue, express mailed to Mystery, Alaska, and LOOK OUT BEHIND YOU! but it is too late. You're dead. For he is the Spy - globetrotting rogue, lady killer (metaphorically) and mankiller (for real).
sp4rtan148 Jun 23, 2013 @ 8:40am 
but come on, i think we can all agree it would be pretty fun/cool right?
Unodus Jun 23, 2013 @ 8:43am 
of course :3
sp4rtan148 Jun 23, 2013 @ 8:50am 
Creatz Jun 23, 2013 @ 8:59am 
story modes wouldnt hurt ;) would be a nice change
Woobie :3 Jun 23, 2013 @ 9:09am 
I don't see the point of it though. Their lives were relatively boring and non-shooting unitl they became mercenaries. It'd really be one big cinematic. Only the Soldier, Demoman (possibly), Spy, and Sniper seem to have shooting or killing in their backgrounds. And anyways, a campaign mode isn't really needed, as each class in TF2 relies on each other, and that would mean Valve would have to actually take the time to make one.
CherryTaco Jun 23, 2013 @ 9:27am 
Yes, but make it bad like all COD games. Last thing you want to see is the community splitting up, and instead of 40,000+ players on TF2 each day, 20,000 of em will be playing campaign.
A Player 69 Jul 1, 2013 @ 4:52am 
It would be freaking awesome and it would be better than looking up the god damn story online.
Tryhard Jul 1, 2013 @ 5:02am 
They could make a spin-off game of tf2
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