Cooperative Horror Shooter GTFO Enters Steam Early Access
The game is officially live on Steam, though not as a final release version.
Are you looking for a video game to fill the hole in your morbid heart caused by the lack of a new Left 4 Dead game? Then look no further than developer 10 Chambers’ squad-based horror shooter GTFO, which entered Steam Early Access this week.
GTFO is a 4-player cooperative game with a focus on team play and atmosphere. Its key features are procedurally-generated gameplay, team-based puzzle solving, and high-intensity combat through use of the game’s Expedition Director system. Check out the title’s description and a gameplay trailer below.
GTFO is a 4 player action/horror cooperative first-person shooter for hardcore gamers looking for a real challenge. Players get to play as a team of prisoners, forced to explore and extract valuable artifacts from a vast underground complex that has been overrun by terrifying creatures. Gather weapons, tools, and resources to help you survive - and work to unearth the answers about your past and how to escape.
- 4 player cooperative PvE gameplay that puts you and your teammates through the ultimate cooperation and communication test.
- Explore a massive underground complex with a dense and dark atmosphere.
- Plan your expedition, equip and operate tools, combine your firepower, communicate and coordinate as a team - every detail counts if you are to survive the nightmare.
- Search the complex for information and resources to help you and your team solve your objectives and come back alive.
- The Rundown: New expeditions released regularly that always replaces the old expeditions. Our goal is to invent new ways of challenging you and your teammates in new and interesting ways.
- Nightmarish atmosphere accompanied by music from acclaimed composer Simon Viklund.
GTFO is available on Steam early access now for $34.99, although it is currently on a 10% discount for $31.49 through January 3rd. Will you be giving this unique cooperative horror shooter a try, or will you wait until the game leaves early access first? Sound off in the comments or on social media.
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