While all three of these platforms retain the same codebase and any updates are released to both simultaneously, the version of the game on Xbox 360 platform is separate and does not receive frequent updates, due to restrictions imposed on game developers by Microsoft.
To date, there have been only four patches to Team Fortress 2 on Xbox 360, compared to the 644 patches that have been released to Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux since 2007.
We're currently updating the 'First seen as banned' date on our pages to the last ban if it is older than the one we currently have.
We have added some more detailed Steam ID information to our pages.
As we have no way to know which accounts were really banned, we have changed the status of all "Unbanned" Steam IDs since 01/07/13 to "Not banned".
Valve recently added the 'Number of days since last ban' field to the Steam Community profiles.
But even we had no idea that, four years later, we'd be over two hundred updates strong, with a growing community of collaborators and no signs of stopping.Updates containing community-contributed items submitted via the former contribution page (now replaced by the Steam Workshop) have also been released as content packs.Added a contracts-only pass to allow players who did not participate in the Jungle Inferno Campaign to access the Jungle Inferno contracts.More recent updates, however, have focused on a particular theme or holiday celebration such as Halloween.Patches to the game are deployed to Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux platforms via Steam, and must be downloaded and applied before the game can be launched.Major updates are patches that add new weapons, game modes, or maps.