Team Fortress Wiki:Weapon Demonstration

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Weapon Demonstration Project

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The Weapon Demonstration project's goal is to build a complete library of videos demonstrating the various aspects of all weapons, game mechanics, tools, and taunts in Team Fortress 2.

  • The idea: To have one consistent video style demonstrating how weapons, game mechanics, tools and taunts work.
  • The objective: To demonstrate how everything works: viewmodels, animations, special abilities, etc.
  • The benefits: Consistent, one video per page, looks good.

Anyone who meets the requirements can make a demonstration video that is needed for an item and submit the video for review, if the video meets the standard and is approved by Wiki administrators, your video will be uploaded to the Official TF2 Wiki Channel on YouTube and Bilibili. Check the section below for detailed requirements and a guide on how to make a demonstration video. You may also find the demonstration video that is needed or needs to be redone on this page. Feel free to ask any questions before starting making the demonstration on the talk page.

Project reviewers: Ashe, GrampaSwood. A video only needs approval from one Project reviewer for publication. While anyone can provide feedback on anyone else's video, only the Project reviewers may give the final stamp of approval for video publication.

Reference video

Following the structure of the following videos should give you a basic idea of what is expected. Visit the Official TF2 Wiki YouTube Channel for more videos.





  • T (Talk): Link to talk page section
  • D (thumbnail Download): Direct link to the thumbnail image. Turns red when there is no thumbnail uploaded. How to make thumbnails.
  • U (thumbnail Upload): Link to thumbnail upload page. The file name and description are automatically populated; only the image file needs to be selected from the user's computer.

Due to MediaWiki limitations, D and U need to be both displayed at all times, even though they are mutually exclusive.

Needed Demonstrations




Demonstrations that need to be redone