Hi everyone! Well, I've been seeing a lot of
questions lately about information regarding Left
4 Dead 2. Both Valve and Left 4 Dead Fans have
been gathering and releasing information all over
the internet, but some of it's hard to find. I
have decided to try to include as much info about
the game as I possibly can. Let's get started,
Valve has stated that there are going to be 8
special infected. Currently, one of them remains
hidden, so I only have info on 7. Here they are:
The hunter was included in the Original Left 4 Dead,
so some fans will be happy to know that it has
made it's return in Left 4 Dead 2. The Hunter
can pounce on unsuspecting Humans from very far
away. Once the Hunter has pounced on a Human, he
will continue to attack that human until he is
knocked off or the human dies. When Hunters are set
on fire, they take repeating damage; but they also
deal more damage when they attack.
The Smoker was also included in the Original Left
4 Dead, and has also made it's return into Left 4
Dead 2. The Smoker shoots it's very long tounge
at a Human Target, and than pulls the Human towards
it using it's tounge. Smokers will continue to
constrict and deal damage to the Human until
the Smoker is knocked off or the Human Dies. In the
Original Left 4 Dead, there was a difference
between the Smokers in Versus mode and Campaign
mode. In the Left 4 Dead Campaign, it would not
damage a Human untilit trapps the human against a
wall or another object. In Versus mode, It would
deal damage continously regardless if the Human
was trapped against a wall or another object. There
is no evidence of this in Left 4 Dead 2, so we do
not know if this will make a return.
The Boomer also comes from Left 4 Dead. The Boomer
uses a vomit attack on a Human. Humans who are vomit-
victims attract a large horde of Normal Zombies to
attack them. It is unknown if this attack will also
attract Uncommon-Common (Explained later) Zombies
in Left 4 Dead 2.
The Charger is only in Left 4 Dead 2. It has a huge
arm (While the other arm remains small). It attacks
by selecting a single Human target. It then charges
at that human, destroying anything in it's path to
that Human. The Charger has more health than the
smoker, Boomer, or Hunter, making it a tought
The Spitter is also only in Left 4 Dead 2. It attacks
by spitting a pile of acid-like substance at Humans.
That acid then spreads along the ground, working
like fire. If humans touch the acid/spit, they
receive damage. This is a great tactic to use for
dividing Humans or trapping them in Dead-Ends.
The Jockey is like the hunter in a way; they both
pounce on their enemies to attack. Once the Jockey
has pounced on a survivor, he can almost control the
survivor's movements; so he could pull them into spitter
acid, into a tank's path, or even off a cliff. It
gives the Survivor a hard time to fight back. Luckilly
for the survivors; the Jockey's pounce range is
very short. It must be right beside you to attack.
The Witch was in Left 4 Dead. In dark areas, the
witch sits and cries. People who disturb the witch
(Either by shooting her, looking at her, or getting
too close to her), get attacked by her large claws.
In Left 4 Dead, the witch could be avoided by
sneaking around her, and could be detected by her
crying sounds. In left 4 Dead 2, they have added a
change. Since some areas are well-lit and have light
in them, the which can get up and start to walk
around randomly, making her much harder to avoid.
You could take shelter in a house, only to see a
which walk through the door randomly and attack
The Tank was in Left 4 Dead. It is the mega zombie.
Tanks have a lot of health, have a devestating attack,
and can run faster than any human with health lower
than 50, making them a real tough challenge for
un-organized Humans. Tanks are very flammable, meaning
that fire that burns them will continue to burn the
tank, and it will not go out. It is unknown if the
tank has received any changes in Left 4 Dead 2.
Uncommon-Common infected zombie are new to Left 4
Dead. They aren't quite Special Infected, but they're
better than regular zombies. They each have key
attributes, and some are only in certain campaigns.
The Mud Men crawl along the ground very quickly to
attack you. When you get hit by a Mud Man, your
screen fills with mud, blinding you momentarily.
This Zombie is resistant to Fire/Flames, meaning
that it can walk straight through fire and Incendiary
ammo has no effect on them either.
The SWAT Officer is a zombie wearing bullet-proof
armour. It takes a lot more bullets and damage to kill
it than normal zombies. You deal a lot more damage
from behind, if you can.
The Clown Zombie is unique to the Dark Carnival
campaign. It attracts small hordes of Zombies with
it's clownish charm, so that it's never alone.
The Car Alarm inside of a car sets off when a player
shoots it or jumps onto it. Once activated, the Car
Alarm will create a high pitched siren which will
attract other zombies to swarm your team. Zombies
are now unable to set off the alarm themselves, but
a good tactic is to stand on top of the car as a
zombie to try to get a Human to shoot you and the car.
Inside of the Swamp Fever Campaign, there are patches
of water or mud that can slow down your movement speed.
Many of the weapons apear to be hidden, and some are
undetermined if they're fake or not. We know that
the original Left 4 Dead Weapons make a return in
Left 4 Dead 2, and also it has been revealed that
more powerfull versions of each of these weapons
are also in the game. There are also melee weapons,
but there are some weapons that certain Youtube
videos have revealed, but I have no garantee that
they will be in the game since I do not see anything
from Valve about these weapons. Here they are:
+First Tier Guns+
-Sub Machine Gun-
The Sub Machine Gun is a less powerful version of
the Assault Rifle, but it carries more ammunition
than it does. It reminds me of an Uzi by looks.It
makes it's return from the Original Left 4 Dead.
The Pump Shot Gun is also known as a Farmer Shotgun.
It has a rather short range, and it's only single
shot, but the power is nice. It makes it's return
from the Original Left 4 Dead.
+Second Tier Guns+
The Assault Rifle is a balance between range and
power. It has medium range and is rapid fire. The
Assault Rifle is good against targets from a medium-
far range and is a nice weapon of choice. It makes
it's return from the Original Left 4 Dead.
The Tactical Shotgun is a much more powerful version of
the Pump Shotgun. It's range is better, it fires
semi-rapidly, and it's very damaging against witches
and tanks. Unfortunately, it runs out of Ammo quickly.
It makes it's return from the Original Left 4 Dead.
The Hunting is a very long range weapon with a Sniper
Scope. It is great for taking out zombies from a far
distance, but it is rather weak against Special Infected,
especially the Tank.
The Sniper Rifle is a more powerfull version of the
hunting rifle; it has longer range, faster firing rate
and higher damage.
The AK47 is a heavier version of the M16 Carbine; it
fires slightly slower, but deals slightly more damage.
It also has higher penetration, but it has shorter
range and a bit less accuracy.
The Grenade Launcher can fire shells that explode
upon impact, killing multiple zombies. The force
of the explosion is equal to the explosion of a
pipe bomb. Unfortunately, you can fire only 1
shell before you must reload, and has a long
reloading time, and you can not find ammunition
in regular ammo dumps.
The Frying Pan is the very same pan you can find in
your kitchen. It is used to A) Make pancakes and
B) Smash Zombie's brains in. Slow to swing, but
devestating against special infected.
The Fireman Axe, or just an Axe, is a long axe with
a red blade.
The Cricket Bat is the real bat used in the Sports
Game, Cricket (Obviously). I'm not sure how effective
this will be, but Valve hasn't released any more
info on this weapon.
The Chainsaw is most likely everyone's favourite
zombie-killing tool of destruction. I hope to see
more of the chainsaw in videos, as we do not quite
know much about it yet.
The Baseball bat is just your average Baseball bat.
Valve hasn't released much info on this weapon, but
I'm wondering why it's different from the Cricket
Bat. You can only get this weapon if you pre-ordered
the game from GameStop. The offer is only open in
the United States.
The very same weapon carried by most police officers.
The night stick is a peice of wood with a handle
that's light and fast but can deliver a lot of
The Electric Guitar has a huge swing arch and can
devestate zombies. It swings rather fast, but there
is a slight wait in between swings.
The machete is a devastating melee weapon; it's very
fast, kills any common infected in it's path and
is fairly easy to find. One downside; small swing
In some Crescendo Events (Explained Later), a Turret
is placed in a barricade of Sandbags. Mainly in finales,
the Turret is great for taking out zombies in mass
waves, and also great for rather weak Special
Infected. Unfortunately, it's not very strong against
Pipe Bombs are special bombs that you can carry with
you. When you throw a Pipe Bomb, it emmits a beeping
noise that attracts zombies to the bomb before it explodes.
It does not affect Special Infected, and is unknown
if it affects Uncommon-Common infected. You can only
cary one Pipe Bomb or Molotov at a time.
Molotovs are weapons that you can throw at terrain
or zombies. Upon impact, Molotovs explode, and set fire to
anything around them. Great against Tanks and Witches,
in fact, there are two achievemetns in the original
game for setting those two on fire! You can only
carry one Pipe Bomb or Molotov at a time.
Bile Bombs are containers that are full of Boomer
Bile. Throwing one at a Tank, for example, causes
him to feel the effects as if he had been "Boomed"
on. All of the zombies would attack him and he would
be blind. You can also throw this at in-animate things
and zombies will go for it like a pipe-bomb that doesn't
Gas Cans are like Molotovs except you have to shoot
them for them to explode. You can carry one with you,
but you can not use any weapons when carrying it and
switching to a weapon will drop it.
Propane Tanks work like Gas Cans except they do not
spread fire; They create a large explosion when shot
This is one of the new features. Inciendary Ammo
is ammunition for your weapon that can set your
enemies on fire! For example, you could load your
tactical shotung full of Inciendary Ammo, and when
you shoot the tank with it, he burts into flames,
dealing additional damage.
Explosive Ammo is ammunition that can be loaded into
your gun to make the enemies explode/knock them back.
Using them on common infected destroys them, while
using them on special infected could stun them for a
In Left 4 Dead, there were three different game modes:
Campaign, Versus, and the DLC Survival Mode. All three
of these modes make a return into Left 4 Dead, and Valve
has also stated that there will be a fourth mode that
they will reveal soon.
In Campaign mode, you play as a Human Survivor with 3
other AI's or real players, and you all must make it
through five different levels, a.k.a a single campaign.
All of the zombies are AI, meaning that no Human can play
as a Zombie in this mode. In order to complete one level,
at least one HUman must make it to the Safe House at the
end of the Level. The Zombies and Weapons will spawn
randomly every single time, and will vary depending on
how well your group it doing. The only Health Packs are
located inside of the Safe Rooms, but Pain Pills are
sometimes found in levels. Most of the time on the third
level (But sometimes earlier or later), you can fine the
Tier 2 Level Weapons mentioned earlier. It is unknown
where Left 4 Dead 2's new items will be located.
In Versus Mode, there are two teams of 4. One team plays
as Humans, while the other team plays as the Zombies. The
Humans will try to reach the Safehouse at the end of each
level, while the Zombies must try to stop them. The Level
can end two different ways. If all of the Humans get
incacipitated or die, or if any of the Humans make it to
the SafeHouse. Once the level ends, the teams switch and
you play the level again. Once the level has been played
two times, it progresses to the next level. Unlike Campaign
Mode, Health Packs can be found during the level if the team
isn't doing very well. The team with the most points at the
end of the Campaign wins.
Survival Mode wasn't released with Left 4 Dead, but it came
later as a free DLC that any Xbox 360 owner could download
without paying money. In this mode, four survivors try to
last as long as possible in a small area, killing any zombies
that try to stop them. Eventually, all of the Survivors die
due to the fact that it gets harder as you progress. For example,
once you reach the 14 minute mark (Very hard task, by the way),
tanks can start to spawn every 10 seconds.
Scavenge is a simple mode much like versus in some
ways; there are two teams of four. Four of them
are Survivors and the other four are Infected. The
Survivor's goal is to fill up a beacon with as much
gasoline they can find. There a several gasoline
cans lying around; some are easy to find and some
are quite difficult. The survivors must collect them,
bring them to the beacon and fill the beacon up with
the gasoline. The team that fills of the beacon with the
most gasoline by the end of the round wins.
In Realism mode; the game is much more like real-life.
For starters, you must go for headshots. Shots to a
zombie's body deal much less damage than in normal
mode. Next off, you can't see the glowing halos around
objects and team mates. For example, if you team
mate got boomed on, you won't see that orange glow
around him any more, so you might now even known until
the zombies come! Also, pointers that tell you where to
pick up new items are also gone, so you could walk
right past some Health Kits!
This guide is created by Squiddle/NibbleStick. It is not to be
published elsewhere without permission and credit. Thanks for
reading, and I hope this answered some of your questions! I
will try to update this whenever possible. Some of the
information provided in this FAQ is possibly false,
as the full game has not been released. Please submit
to me any details that have been left out of the guide.
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