A new update for the still popular game Team Fortress 2 has been released. The Gun Mettle update brings with it a campaign you can buy for the price of $5.99, consisting of two weekly missions for three months. These missions are being called contracts to give them a dramatic feel. Each one of those has a few sub-missions that you can complete for contract points (cp), which then allow you to unlock random skins for your weapons or locked cases.
The free update also includes 4 new maps, a new game mode, new taunts and a lot of balancing changes. The new maps include 1 made by Valve and 3 fan favorites by the community. Also, you'll be able to pick up weapons from defeated players and use them as if they were yours until you die in the game. You can read more about the changes here.
Not everyone is happy
There have been some people who claim they are not happy with this update. They say that they're turning TF2 into CS:GO. Some others just don't feel like paying $6 and are very vocal about it. In my opinion they're just overreacting. TF2 and CS:GO are both made by Valve so they have the right to copy themselves. About the $6 campaign, if you don't want to buy it, you don't have to. The game is still free to play and the rest of the update is completely free.