Back 4 Blood will be arriving in the forthcoming months and there is plenty to be excited about.
The co-op post-apocalyptic thriller has attracted a significant amount of fans since the launch of Left 4 Dead back in 2008, with the first instalment receiving several awards for being one of the best multiplayer games of the year.
Having first being unveiled at The Game Awards last December, Turtle Rock Studios’ latest creation is considered to be the successor for their first game released 13 years ago.
There were plenty of whispers for some time whether or not there would be a third game produced. No official statement was ever made by Valve explaining the reasons why but stated that Left for Dead 3 (L4D3) was not something that they were working on.
Instead, Turtle Rock opted to go with this title instead, which will replicate what we saw and enjoyed towards the end of the 2000s. The question regarding whether gamers from Microsoft and Sony machines will be able to interact with each other – now appears to have been answered.
Will crossplay be in Back 4 Blood?
The upcoming first-person shooter will feature an eight-player PVP experience that centres around defending against rampaging and angry zombies in various landscapes.
Gamers will be able to strengthen their health, stamina and damage using a unique deckbuilding feature in Back 4 Blood, which will reduce their chances of going down among the swamp of undead creatures.
This will include cross-play, as gamers will be able to stick together through both PlayStation, Xbox devices, as well as PC. Better still, even if every player doesn’t have the latest purchasable DLC, there is an ingenious method around this that Turtle Rock will be bringing to the game.
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