Latest Super Monday Night Combat update adds Steam Trading

By Matt Williams, Friday, 11 May 2012 05:16 GMT

The latest update for Super Monday Night Combat has been released, adding Steam Trading to the game, as well as a plethora of other fixes and rule changes.

The introduction of Steam Trading allows users to trade in-game items with other players.

Uber Entertainment are celebrating the feature’s introduction with an all-new Team Fortress 2 crossover. Players can unlock two new hats for Team Fortress 2 and two new outfits for Super Monday Night Combat by reaching certain Agent levels within Super MNC. Each unlock comes with an achievement.

The item breakdown is as follows:

  • Achieve Agent level 5 and earn the Gunslinger’s hat for the Sniper in Team Fortress 2.
  • Achieve Agent level 10 and earn the Engineer’s uniform for Combat Girl in Super MNC.
  • Achieve Agent level 15 and earn the Solder’s uniform for Megabeth in Super MNC.
  • Achieve Agent level 20 and earn the Assassin’s helmet for the Pyro in Team Fortress 2.

Players who have already surpassed these Agent levels, will be awarded the achievements at the end of their next match.

Among other fixes and changes, Uber ha alsos introduced a line of Chickey Cantor heads, found via Post-Game Prizes.

Thanks, Kotaku.

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