Team Fortress 2: Mann vs. Machine is a free-to-play multi-platform team-based first-person shooter co-op mode included in the Team Fortress 2 video game. Being cooperation based breaks from the core gameplay of the game, which tends to be team based PvP.
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Pro The Mann vs. Machine co-op mode let’s players work together, a nice change of pace from the PvP modes
Mann vs. Machine is a co-op mode in Team Fortress 2 that places 6 players on a team with the objective of stopping robots from deploying a bomb. While not the central mode of the game, it allows for enjoyable cooperative play rather than competitive play.
Pro Great humor breaks up the monotony of repeated gaming sessions
Valve is known for its sense of humor, and Team Fortress 2 does not disappoint. Unlike other popular first-person shooters, this is a game that does not take itself too seriously. This is great for those that may find the gameplay getting stale after repeated plays, as there is still something to enjoy.
Pro Free-to-play that does not require money to be at a competitive level
This game is mostly pay-to-gain, for example by unlocking new weapons, as opposed to pay-to-win. You can randomly earn or find things without having to purchase them, and some of those can be used to craft even more rare and powerful items.
Pro Offline LAN support for those that do not wish to play online
You can play local multiplayer matches even without an internet connection as long as you follow the proper steps to set it up. This way people can set up LAN battles without worry of internet connections or ping times.
Pro Easily play with friends on different OSes
The game runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux machines, which makes it easy to enjoy the game with friends no matter what OS any of you use.
Pro Free-to-play for everyone and anyone
Team Fortress 2 has been totally free-to-play since 2011. This means anyone can download and enjoy the title.
Con Free accounts are slightly limited
Free accounts do not get the same rare and cosmetic items as paid accounts, nor do they have as many storage slots for items.