Fans of 10 Chambers’ horror game GTFO might be excited to know that the game is getting a really big update. Named ALT://Rundow 5.0 – Rebirth, the update will introduce 13 new expeditions to the game, bringing the total count to 58.
This new update takes players deep underground, where they will confront a new monster lurking in the dark… possibly the first of many. While exploring the complex, players will have the opportunity to discover records about their past and uncover more about who they are and why they’re there.
In addition to announcing the new update, the developer also announced that GTFO will be on sale in just a few days, June 19 to be exact. Anyone who’d like to get the game will be able to grab it for 33% off.
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