updated 10:45 pm EDT, Wed June 9, 2010
Team Fortress 2 shares PC servers
According to Valve's official Team Fortress 2 blog, the multiplayer warfare game may be coming to Steam for Mac tomorrow. While the company has yet to explicitly state the exact date, the latest post suggests the big announcement rhymes with "Speem Gortress amavailable on the Babac". Back in March of this year, Valve announced that all of its Source engine games would be coming to the Mac platform. The announcement answered several questions regarding the Mac version of Team Fortress 2.
According to the company, current owners of the PC version will be able to obtain a Mac copy free of charge. The Steam Cloud service is designed to automatically propagate the user's configuration settings and custom sprays to the Mac copy. Both the Mac and PC versions are also made to run on the same servers, allowing users to continue playing together regardless of the platform.
New users can buy both a PC and Mac license from the company's website for $20. Customers can also choose the Team Fortress Complete package, for $22.49, that contains Team Fortress Classic for Windows and Team Fortress 2 for Mac or PC.