Set after the base game's events, players must fight to destroy the heart of The Gloom (with "replayability and experimentation" promised).
The beta will include four playable characters in Dallas, Hoxton, Chains, and Wolf, in addition to a bank heist.
Lead producer Andreas Häll Penninger also said the team would free and paid content, including characters, weapons, heists and outfits.
Levels have extensive details, as players can knock over fruit bowls, cause printers to spew out paper and more in chaotic fights.
The minimum and recommended requirements for the upcoming co-op heist shooter's PC version have been revealed.
"You must have a connection to play because it's in Unreal Engine. It uses cross-progression and cross-play," says Starbreeze's Almir Listo.
Instead of going in guns-blazing, sneak past security, crouch through vents and destroy security cameras to procure valuables.
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Earning experience with weapons unlocks more mods, while Overkill weapons are usable after completing enough heist objectives.
The Bulldozer and Cloaker have received some buffs, while new enemies like the Nader and Zapper can mess with your movement.
They all have the same enemy types, but their numbers, accuracy and damage will be adjusted, per Starbreeze's Miodrag Kovacevic.
"We want to emulate the feeling you get watching a heist movie or a TV show," says brand director Almir Listo.
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Players must also sign up for Starbreeze Nebula for cross-progression since it maintains a "single community across all platforms."
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Starbreeze Studios has released its first developer diary for its upcoming co-op first person shooter to reveal new details on what players can expect.