'Left 4 Dead 2' Mods Updates and News: Is Negan's Basketball Bat from 'The Walking Dead' Coming Soon as a Weapon?

By Nens Mitchell , Updated Nov 01, 2016 06:30 AM EDT
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New mods for "Left 4 Dead 2" were added for the Halloween season to add more horror to the game. The new works were made by the talented hands of modder Yogensia.

For this year, the "Left 4 Dead 2" mod maker decided to add "The Shining's" axe and Jason Voorhees' machete for "Friday the 13th." He worked with Renato Carvalho, Maksymilian Genewicz and Rafael De Jongh to finalize this mods.

40 mods for 'Left 4 Dead 2'

In 2012, Yogensia started making mods for "Left 4 Dead 2" and he has since made 40 weapons including the suicide bat of Harley Quinn and a candy cane shotgun. It seems that he has not yet ran out of ideas for the game.

The modder said that he still has pending mods which he is currently working on. "I still enjoy the idea of adding new [mods]. It's all about finding something that piques my interest and matches my skills, then finding free time to work on it," he noted.

Negan's basketball bat is in the works

He expressed his plan to make "Lucile," Negan's basketball bat in the hit TV series "The Walking Dead." Yogensia works on his mods for days or weeks depending on his chosen project. Each weapon for the game is crafted with proper planning and designing.

On his website, Yogensia showcases his weapons for "Left for Dead 2." The digital artist also explains on his portal that his specialty is on video game props, game modeling and 3D modeling, among others.

Detailed mods

Taking time to study and research on his new mods is an important part of Yogensia's craft. He claimed that he looks into every detail of the armors or weapons he designs and makes sure that he does not miss anything.

He added that he does not have a hard time making axes and machetes but sees to it that they are perfect even to the smallest details. What other mods do you tnink should Yogensia make for "Left 4 Dead 2?"

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