Five NightEver since Left 4 Dead 2 has been released back in 2009, lovers of the co-op zombie shoot-em-up festival happen to be hoping to get more, and happily, the studio behind it has answered our prayers together with the announcement of a spiritual successor to the series, Back 4 Blood.
Turtle Rock Studios and Warner Bros.
Interactive Entertainment Left 4 Dead fans felt their hearts that were zombie-killing soar, and formally revealed Back 4 Blood just a short while ago in March.
As a spiritual successor to Left 4 Dead as opposed to a sequel, Turtle Rock has stated it is a wholly new IP that will be a”co-op zombie FPS” of a similar vein. So while it is not really Left 4 3, it’ll have a lot of recognizable elements.
Within an FAQ article about Back 4 Blood, the community manager answered a set of questions but a lot of information has not yet been revealed.
What we do understand is that it be a”premium AAA title” that can utilize whatever the studio has heard from developing preceding games such as Left 4 Dead and Evolve: “We’re going back to our roots and at precisely the exact same time innovating onto them.
We all know we’ve got some big shoes to fill, but we’re going outside to transcend everything we’ve done previously.” Back 4 Blood has been made in Unreal Engine 4, and given since we watched 4 Dead 2 how much game development has come, it is going to be fascinating to see the next-gen stunt in the studio will turn out.
Below you find all of the info you want to know about the exciting new IP, including which platforms it will be on, as it could be released of Turtle Rock, and even more.
About Turtle Rock’s Discord channel, fans were speculating about what stage in development the game is currently at, and also the community director responded by saying, “we’ve said a few times already that we play the game daily”.
If it’s in a playable stage the release of the zombie FPS may not be far away, but it is common practice to try the sport and rework it.
The first whiff of news which surfaced came in the kind of a job listing back in June last year to get a new”action title”.
It’s not bizarre to bank on a release in the latter part of next year, although it’s not possible to guess Because we do not know how long it’s been in development for.
Still, since lots of details about Back 4 Blood have been stored near the studio’s chest, and Turtle Rock has described it as a”hugely ambitious project”, we’re likely to have a bit of a wait yet. Only time will tell.
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