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When a team only has control of a single control point they are blocked from capturing the opposing team's control point, and the team must wait until the time limit is up and the accessible capture points change. Special Delivery is like Capture the Flag, but there is only one briefcase that can initially be picked up by either RED or BLU team, upon a team picking up the briefcase the opposing team is now unable to pick the briefcase up until it has stayed on the ground for 45 seconds and returned to its original location.

A team wins by holding the briefcase on a loading platform until they reach the top of the platform.

Like Control Point each point can be captured by either the RED or BLU teams.

Unlike Control Point only two points are accessible at a single time, upon a team's successful capture of a point the "stage" ends and the accessible capture points change.

Control Points is a game mode where there are several control points laid around the map, typically 3 or 5.

For a team to win they must capture all the control points within the time limit.

In the game's fiction, the teams are composed of mercenaries hired by two feuding brothers to protect the company assets belonging to one brother while trying to destroy those of the other; the teams are thus represented by the names of these companies: Reliable Excavation & Demolition (RED) and Builders League United (BLU).

Players can choose to play as one of nine character classes in these teams, each with his own unique strengths, weaknesses, and weapons.

The development is led by John Cook and Robin Walker, creators of the original Team Fortress.

Announced in 1998, the game once had more realistic, militaristic visuals and gameplay, but this changed over the protracted nine-year development.

Team Fortress 2 is the first of Valve's multiplayer games to provide detailed statistics for individual players.

They include: time spent playing as each class, most points obtained, and the most captures or objectives achieved in a single life.

After Valve released no information for six years, Team Fortress 2 regularly featured in Wired News Valve continues to release new content, including maps, items and game modes, as well as community-made updates and contributed content.

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