Back 4 Blood is a multiplayer first person shooter survival horror game developed by Turtle Rock Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
Developed by the original creators of Left 4 Dead and with a concept and gameplay similar to the Valve game, it is considered its spiritual successor.
The team at Turtle Rock Studios isn't big enough to create more content while working on its next game at the same time.
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The shooter's third expansion adds a new campaign, a new Cleaner, several new weapons, and more.
Details on Back 4 Blood's third expansion, River of Blood, have been revealed, including new content and a release date.
New enemy types, new weapons, accessories, Cards and a brand new playable Cleaner are included along with new exclusive skins.
Though it would "love to confirm the release date," Turtle Rock Studios says it needs a "bit more time," calling it an "exciting update."
New Warped Chest Corruption Cards, Cleaner skins, Legendary Accessories, 12 new Burn Cards, new banners and more are also available.
At $15, it adds two new playable Cleaners, 12 new Legendary weapons, and new Ridden Hives that can be explored during missions.
Explore the depths of the new Ridden Hives with seven new Legendary weapons, eight premium skins, and over 15 new cards.
The expansion, called Tunnels of Terror, will add several new skins, weapons, a new PvE activity, and new Ridden types and Cleaners.
Turtle Rock Studios has also confirmed additional future plans for the shooter, including more QoL improvements, card decks, and more.
Turtle Rock Studios is now part of Tencent but will continue to independently operate while its co-founders remain in charge.
The free December update for the zombie shooter is arriving imminently, and brings with it a host of changes and additions.
Turtle Rock Studios says it is "actively working on a solution", with the spawn rate of Special Ridden in particular being identified as one of the issues that needs to be dealt with.
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A seasonal event, Ridden Practice Area, new Supply Lines and cards along with solo offline with campaign progression are coming in December.
Turtle Rock Studios' Left 4 Dead-inspired co-op zombie shooter continues to enjoy solid success, surpassing 6 million players.
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A new hotfix for Back 4 Blood has decreased the spawn rates for the special zombies across all difficulties, and made a few other changes.
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It’s not Left 4 Dead 3, but it might as well be.
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Turtle Rock Studios acknowledges people's disappointment with solo campaign blocks in the upcoming shooter.
A recent blog post on Xbox's official website has revealed dates for games coming to the service this month.
The Left 4 Dead-inspired co-op first person shooter is due out for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC in less than two weeks.
Turtle Rock's spiritual successor to its Left 4 Dead series is almost upon us. Here's everything that you need to know about it.
A new trailer for the upcoming co-op first person shooter focuses on its campaign, showing various enemies, firefights, and more.
Turtle Rock Studios also acknowledges under-performing bot AI in the beta and notes that they'll be smarter on launch day.
The co-op zombie shooter is on track to release October 12th for previous and current gen platforms. Its open beta returns today for all players.
The co-op first person shooter's beta went live last Friday, and amassed a great number of players on Steam over the weekend.
"We wanted players to be able to change their playstyle and their world themselves, and not just having the Game Director randomise their loot or the AI," says lead game designer Brandon Yanez.
The highly popular mode from the game's spiritual predecessor, Left 4 Dead, is not planned according to a dev on the official Discord.
"We need a player pool, so that we've got matches going all the time. I think we've got that player pool from day one," says executive producer Matt O'Driscoll.
A tech analysis finds that there's very little to separate the Back 4 Blood beta's PS5 and Xbox Series X versions, with the Xbox Series S version running at 1296p.
The beta will feature two maps each from the campaign and PvP, several playable Swarmers and Cleaners, and much more.
Back 4 Blood's PC trailer touts 4K visuals, uncapped frame rates, support for Nvidia DLSS, ultrawide support, and much more.
Turtle Rock is looking into ways Back 4 Blood could support offline play in the future, but an internet connection will be required at launch.
As long as the party leader owns a paid content drop in PvE, it will be playable for everyone else. PvP cards will also be available to all players.
A Back 4 Blood QnA session answers fan questions regarding split-screen co-op as well as other more controversial inclusions such as an ADS option.
The 4v4 mode, Swarm, will see a team of Cleaner playing against a team of Ridden. New gameplay footage and details have been unveiled.
The co-op zombie shooter will see a day 1 launch on Game Pass, while a new trailer also provides a glimpse of the game's PvP mode.
The description of a recently released video – which has since been set to private – may have spilled the beans on the co-op shooter's day 1 Game Pass launch.
Pre-orders can gain early access to the upcoming beta. A brief new trailer has also been released, which sees the Cleaners battling the Ridden.
The Summer Game Fest Twitter clarifies that there is no separate event for the publisher and that only Back 4 Blood's PvP mode will be showcased.
The co-op zombie shooter is due out this October, while an open beta is also currently planned for the Summer, which an exact date for that currently unknown.
Each Cleaner has their own unique traits and abilities to help the team.
Build your deck, kill the undead.
Play your cards carefully to survive against the Ridden.
The co-op zombie shooter was originally slated for June.
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Closed alpha briefing trailer details what to expect.
Battle the Ridden solo or with up to three other players in co-op.
Turtle Rock Studios says it's "working hard every day" and "can't wait till we can tell you more."
Published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, it will feature a campaign, PvP and lots of zombies to shoot.