Swedish developer 10 Chambers has released its seventh massive update for four-player co-op horror shooter GTFO. The "Rundown 7.0 Rise" patch brings a new Gardens environment, enemies, and a revamped solo tutorial.
Newcomers to the franchise can play the game throughout this weekend's free Steam event and try their hand at keeping waves of horrifying mobs at bay. Also, for those unfamiliar, Rundowns are updates that introduce limited-time features that eventually get replaced with the next one. The Rise patch stars a unique Gardens environment that debuts greenery fauna and dense bushes, drastically different from the usual cold and desolate locations in GTFO. Lurking in those bushes, though, are two new unknown enemy types that'll give players a hard time.
10 Chambers is committed to making GTFO accessible, so for Rise, they've included a single-player tutorial where players can learn the basic gameplay concepts [before] jumping online with others. Additionally, a range of quality-of-life improvements such as new sound effects to clear visualization of progression rewards will make playing GTFO smoother, and even some localization changes out now help non-English speakers understand the story arc of GTFO.
"It feels great to deliver one more major update for free to our GTFO community while at the same time being able to invite everyone to try out GTFO during our free weekend on Steam," said Communications Director Robin Björkell at 10 Chambers. The free Steam weekend is available until June 20 at 10:00 Pacific Time. Anyone trying it out during the weekend who decides to buy GTFO will be able to keep their save file for Rundown 7.0.
Check out the Steam page for GTFO for more information on the Rise update.
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