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|이 페이지는 한국어로 번역되는 중입니다.
만약 여러분이 한국어를 능숙하게 할 수 있다면 토론 페이지에 글을 남기거나 (페이지 역사를 보고) 본 항목에 기여한 사람들에게 이 사실을 알려주십시오.
아레나 는 헤비 업데이트에 추가된 게임 모드 입니다. in which teams RED and BLU pitted against each other, in a battle to the death. The goal for both teams is to kill all of the opposing team's players, with no respawning during rounds. If both teams survive one minute of fighting, a control point will unlock, allowing a team to win by capping the point.
Arena maps are designed to keep the class diversity of Team Fortress 2 while focusing goals around combat between two teams. Whereas other game modes lean towards a broad, overall strategy for the team, Arena concentrates on the specific tactical choices the teams make in a single fight.
Arena features smaller maps that play out more quickly. The round ends once either team has no players left in the arena, or when the control point has unlocked and been captured. Rounds tend to be very fast and highly competitive, with an emphasis on a team's class makeup and plans to counter the opposing team's class choices. Arena mode is suitable for smaller matches such as three-versus-three, while still comfortably supporting huge knockdown twelve-on-twelve brawls. There are usually very few, if any, health kits, and even then they are often far from the main action, near stage hazards, or both. This forces teams to rely more on Dispensers and Medics.
Players may have to sit out to keep team numbers balanced if they were on the losing team, but players on the winning team never have to sit out the next round.
The First Blood Critical hit buff is unique to the Arena game mode, and can be used to give the player an advantage against the enemy team.
Arena maps carry the arena_ prefix; community maps are identified with italic font.
- Added Arena mode
- Added arena versions of Lumberyard, Ravine, Well, Granary, and Badlands
- Fixed the Holy Mackerel hit triggering the first blood event in Arena mode.
- Fixed a problem with Arena mode first blood CritBoost not removing itself at the correct time.