Valve's Team Fortress 2 is over four years old, but the shooter isn't done expanding just yet. Valve has announced that it is working on a "secret project" related to the game that will be released in 2012.
Writing on the game's official blog, the developer said the project was "brand new" and was not a hat or a map for the game. However, outside of those bits, the company did not shed any further light on the development.
On top of teasing a new project for Team Fortress 2, Valve announced that the final "Meet the Team" short would arrive later this year. The concluding installment will be "Meet the Pyro," and according to Valve, it will be replete with bloody scenes.
Team Fortress 2 was released in 2007 and adopted a free-to-play business model in June 2011. Following the switch, the game saw its player base rise five times over. For more on the title, check out GameSpot's review of Team Fortress 2.