Left 4 Dead 2: The Passing is the follow up and the add-on to the original and much loved video game Left 4 Dead.
As expected, it carries on where the past one left off, in the zombie filled streets, where you must be as violent as possible to free yourself from the living nightmare.
The new campaign is as long as the others and has some nice touches, but it’s too familiar to be a big selling point.
The draw-card here is Mutations, a mode that features new game play variations each week.
If the promise of fresh challenges each week appeals to you, then you are in for a treat with this new title.
The Passing campaign is divided into three different sections, the first is where you are faced with an impassable bridge, and you need to bring across the river to safety.
The second section heads underground for some tough combat and crappy jokes, and the third and final section plays like one long game of scavenge in which you collect gas cans with a little help from your new friends.
All in all, the Passing is a good campaign, and although it lacks the unique locations and strong environmental variety of the earlier release, it still does not disappoint.
Left 4 Dead 2: The Passing is not a must have add-on, but it is a pretty cool extra to anyone who was a great fan of the original game.