The title Back 4 Blood by Turtle Rock Studios It seems perfectly designed for the situation we are living in now, and it is the launch of a title in which teamwork prevails to be able to advance in the various missions offered by the game. After 1 and a half years of social isolation, many of us longed for a new title with these cooperative characteristics.
The spiritual successor of Left for dead
Back 4 Blood will make you start playing with your friends again in this fabulous cooperative multiplayer
Matt O’Driscoll the former producer of Evolve (the asymmetric monster hunting multiplayer) and now also producer of Back 4 Blood comments that they took into account the technical limitations of the previous generation to develop this title, as they wanted to offer cross play and could not focus on exploiting the technical potential of Xbox Series X | S, PS5 and the top of the range computer.
“As excited as the team was to get their hands on the new technology, there were a few more important considerations to keep in mind. You’ll realize that in the next gen we have HDR options and things like that, and a lot of different options for high end PCs, but it’s like … oh look, in the next gen , you can have 500 zombies on screen, but in the current one it’s only 10, ”says O’Driscoll, speaking of the need to maintain a consistent experience across all platforms.
Back 4 Blood will be released on October 12 and will have a potential of 23 million players counting only the subscribers of Game pass, and to this we must add the Xbox players who are not in the service, PC and PlayStation.