No more odd rendering issues for Valve's Team Fortress 2.
Well, with Team Fortress 2 having been around for a good six years now, you'd think Valve might've slacked off a little and chosen to pay more attention to more recent releases, but nope - that's just not the case. For one thing, TF2 remains ridiculously popular with online shooter fans, necessitating a constant stream of updates - which, in turn, bring a few bugs with them. Luckily, the newest patch addresses some of the most niggling issues.
As listed on its Steam news page, most of the fixes are for rendering and graphical errors, such as certain weapons loading the wrong textures, incorrectly rendering underwater objects, and an incorrect variance in the auto-exposure of HDR rendering.
There are also some mild gameplay fixes. UGC Highlander Season 9 and UGC 6vs6 Season 11 medals have been added. A bug that allowed three mini-sentries in Mann vs. Machine mode has now been fixed. The Tuxxy tuxedo can now be crafted, and the Wilson Weave and Ham Shank can be crafted, traded and gift-wrapped. Finally, there are also specific fixes for both the Linux and Mac versions.
You can find the full details on Steam. When you next restart your client, the update will be applied automatically. Anyway, I'm super hyped that they've fixed underwater explosions to cause super destruction instead of just graphical corruption. Good on you, Valve!
Source: Steam news