How to Set Up "Team Fortress 2 Lobby"

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How to Set Up "Team Fortress 2 Lobby"
Play "Team Fortress 2" online with your friends. (Photodisc/Photodisc/Getty Images)

"Team Fortress 2" is a team-based, first person shooter game from Valve corporation. The game was released as part of the Orange Box compilation in 2007. Opposing teams in "Team Fortress 2" compete to complete an objective, which can be the most kills, capturing a flag or more. "Team Fortress 2 Lobby" was designed to create efficient matches for the members of its community in a quick and intuitive fashion, and is used by many "Team Fortress 2" players.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Open your Internet browser and go to the "Team Fortress 2 Lobby" home page. Log in to your account. This will take you to the main lobby screen.

  2. 2

    Click on the Create Lobby button at the bottom of the main lobby screen. This will direct you to the Start Lobby screen.

  3. 3

    Enter your desired lobby name into the Name text box. If you wish your game to be private, meaning members can only join if they are invited, click the Private Lobby button.

  4. 4

    Use Best Server Available in the Server"menu if you do not know which server you wish to play on. If you know the IP address of a server, then select Specify My Own and enter the IP address into the provided text box. You will also need the RCON password, which is the password for remotely controlling the server and should be provided by the server host.

  5. 5

    Choose the Type of game you would like to play, which indicates what each team's objective will be. Lastly, select which map to play on from the Map drop-down menu. Click the Create button and you will be automatically redirected to your newly created Lobby where other players can join your game.

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