TF2 Music: The Best Dubstep Tracks for Your Loadout

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Looking for some fresh tunes to add to your TF2 loadout? Check out our picks for the best dubstep tracks to get you pumped up for battle!

TF2 and Dubstep

TF2 is a first-person shooter video game developed and published by Valve Corporation. It was released in October 2007. The game is set in a Post-World War II environment and pits two teams against each other: the RED team, composed of mercenaries, and the BLU team, composed of mercenaries vying for control of various maps.

What is dubstep?

Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in South London in the late 1990s. It is generally characterized by sparse, syncopated rhythmic patterns with Basslines that contain prominent sub-bass frequencies. Dubstep today is frequently utilized in video games, movies, and television shows as background or foreground music.

What is TF2?

Team Fortress 2 (TF2) is a free to play online multiplayer first-person shooter video game developed and published by Valve Corporation. It is the sequel to the 1996 mod Team Fortress for Quake and its 1999 remake. The game was released in October 2007 as part of The Orange Box video game bundle for Windows and Xbox 360. A PlayStation 3 version followed in December 2007 when The Orange Box was released for the system. TF2 quickly became popular after its release, despite its initially jokey theme.

The Best Dubstep Tracks for TF2

TF2 has a lot of great music, but finding the right dubstep tracks for your loadout can be tough. There are a lot of different factors to consider, such as the tempo, the intensity, and the overall feel of the track. In this article, we’ll recommend some of the best dubstep tracks for TF2 that you can use in your loadout.

“Get Low” by Dillon Francis

“Get Low” is a dubstep track by Dillon Francis. The song was released as a single on March 18, 2014, and is included on Francis’ album Money Sucks, Fun Bucks.

The song features a heavy bassline and synths, with Francis’ vocals processed through a vocoder. The lyrics of “Get Low” are about partying and having fun.

TF2 Music: The Best Dubstep Tracks for Your Loadout

“Bass Cannon” by Flux Pavilion

“Bass Cannon” by Flux Pavilion is one of the most popular dubstep tracks for TF2. The song is well known for its heavy bass and intense drops. Many players use this track to get pumped up for battle.

“Rudeboy” by Skream

“Rudeboy” is one of the best dubstep tracks for TF2 because of its high energy and intense drops. The song is also perfect for getting pumped up for a match or for celebrating a victory.

How to Add Dubstep Tracks to Your TF2 Loadout

Whether you’re looking to get amped up for a match or just want to show off your taste in music, adding some dubstep tracks to your TF2 loadout is a great way to do it. Dubstep tracks can provide a pump-up for you and your teammates, and they can also help you relax after a long day. In this article, we’ll show you how to add dubstep tracks to your TF2 loadout.

Add the tracks to your game files

To add the tracks to your game files, you’ll need to find the location of your “Team Fortress 2\tf\sound\ui” folder. Once you’ve found that, simply copy and paste the .mp3 files into that folder. You can check if the tracks have been added properly by going into the game’s options menu and opening the “Audio” tab. The tracks should be listed in the “Game Music” section. If they’re not, make sure that you’ve copied them to the correct folder.

Once the tracks have been added, you can set them to play in your Loadout screen by opening up the Loadout screen and selecting one of the slots at the bottom. In the “Playing” drop-down menu, select the track that you want to play. You can also preview tracks by selecting them in the “Preview” drop-down menu.

Change the in-game music settings

To change the in-game music settings, open the options menu from the main menu, select the “Audio” tab, and then scroll down to the “In-Game Music” section. From here, you can toggle the in-game music on or off, and adjust the music volume. If you want to completely disable all in-game sounds, including music, select the “Mute Game” option.


That concludes our list of the best dubstep tracks for your TF2 loadout. We hope you enjoyed it and found some new music to add to your game. Remember to keep your eyes peeled for new tracks and artists, as the dubstep scene is always changing. Thanks for reading!

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