Team Fortress 2 [Steam], the free to play shooter from Valve has been updated once again with the Jungle Inferno update.
A Jungle Inferno Campaign Pass (£4.59), which gives you access to 36 unique, skill-based contracts, letting you play at your own speed and challenge level. This time, all contracts are available at the start with a new ConTracker item to help you keep track.
There's five new community maps, one new official map, a bunch of new weapons for the Pyro class and the Heavy class got one new weapon. There's five new community taunts, two new official taunts and two new community cosmetic cases with 20 items each.
Matchmaking has improved with a new interface, which you can access from anywhere in the game. Looks good and it seems to work rather nicely.
This update improves the party system quite a lot, with you now being able to form a party anywhere and it will persist through matches. On top of that, the party system will allow people to join your match, after it's started if late joining is allowed. It also has a global party chat system, so you can keep in touch across the game—handy!
There's also tons of balance changes and bug fixes.
See the full changelog here. It's pretty great that we have it on Linux, even better that it's still going and being updated years on. Must be still printing money for Valve to keep going with it.