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.
Certain types of Special Ridden can pose a tough challenge for the player. Here's how to deal with all of them and live to tell the tale.
It’s not Left 4 Dead 3, but it might as well be.
Nvidia confirms a new batch of games with support for DLSS, including Rise of the Tomb Raider, Crysis Remastered Trilogy, and more.
Turtle Rock Studios acknowledges people's disappointment with solo campaign blocks in the upcoming shooter.
The Left 4 Dead-inspired co-op first person shooter is due out for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC in less than two weeks.
The Fall season is still chock-full of big releases with October having some major sequels, enticing indie titles and some long-awaited returns.
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.
Other titles include Sifu, Back 4 Blood, Genshin Impact, Replaced, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga and possibly Unknown 9: Awakening.
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.