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Team Fortress 2 update introduces 64-bit support and defaults to 400fps gameplay

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Team Fortress 2 received a patch this week that, while technically minor, introduces meaningful changes to its performance. The game recently hit all-time-high player counts as it.
What just happened? Despite its advanced age and competition from more recent similar titles, Team Fortress 2 is as big as ever and still receives essential updates. The latest patch significantly alters how the game runs under the hood, particularly for enthusiast gamers.
Team Fortress 2 received a patch this week that, while technically minor, introduces meaningful changes to its performance. The game recently hit all-time-high player counts as it approaches its 17th birthday.
The new update’s primary effects include performance enhancements for most users and the introduction of 64-bit support on Windows and Linux. Although Valve didn’t officially confirm the extent of the expected framerate increase, the official Team Fortress 2 wiki states that the patch raised the default cap from 300 to 400fps.

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