The staff behind the long-lasting zombie shooter Left 4 Dead has introduced its new undertaking. Turtle Rock, who initially labored with Valve on the collection, have simply introduced Back 4 Blood, a co-op zombie shooter which sounds an terrible lot like a religious successor to their acclaimed franchise.
In an announcement that was posted earlier right now, Turtle Rock mentioned that “Back 4 Blood is designed from the ground-up as an original, premium title and marries the best of what made the co-op shooter so successful with new features and state-of-the art technology.” In an FAQ, Back 4 Blood is described merely as “a co-op zombie FPS with new features.”
The staff isn’t utilizing the phrase ‘spiritual successor’ for itself, but it surely’s clear from its announcement that that’s mainly what we now have right here. Studio co-founder Chris Ashton says that the game can be a “return to a genre that was born in our studio with over ten years of additional experience and zombie ideas racked up in our brains.”
Sadly for some, this does imply that this very a lot shouldn’t be Left for Dead 3. The staff says “you’ll be able to shoot up a lot of zombies like in Left 4 Dead, but there’s a whole lot of new stuff in Back 4 Blood which makes it unique.”
In phrases of particulars, issues are slightly restricted, however we all know that there’ll be an eventual PC launch, and that the game can be a “premium, AAA title.” Sadly, there’s no launch date for now, however we do know there’ll be a marketing campaign, PvP gameplay, and no battle royale gameplay. None of that’s too shocking, but it surely’s comforting to know that Turtle Rock isn’t straying too removed from its roots.