The Vessel update for GTFO will feature some of the biggest changes tot he game yet including new features such as story, gameplay balances, new areas, and even all-new enemies that have yet to be revealed. Here’s what you need to know.
GTFO is a horror-survival first-person title that drives players to their fullest of capabilities, encouraging squads to work together, to communicate and make plans in order to succeed, but success rates are not high and it shows just how difficult the game actually is, which has proven, so far, to be a worthwhile experience.
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Since its reveal, GTFO, the newly released Early Access title from developer 10 Chambers Collective, staffed by former PAYDAY franchise veterans, has continued to capture the attention of gamers around the world with its 4-player co-op action and horror FPS elements, forcing players to work together in this title that’s described as “Left 4 Dead meets Aliens”. Here’s what you need to know.
GTFO is hitting heavy in its Early Access state, delivering plenty of updates for performance, gameplay, and now, a brand new set of orders in GTFO: Rundown 002/Infection, set to launch on March 31st.
10 Chambers Collective has confirmed that GTFO will be launching on Steam via PC starting on December 9th, 2019, and will be available in Early Access.
After months upon months of silence, 10 Chambers Collective has released an all-new look at GTFO, an upcoming PC exclusive title, with a brand-new gameplay video via IGN. Here’s what you need to know. Continue reading
Currently in development at 10 Chambers Collective, GTFO is bringing together years of experience by the very minds that brought you games such as PAYDAY: The Heist and PAYDAY 2. Here’s your first look at the game from behind the scenes.
With E3 having come to an end last Thursday, there’s been a lot of news to sift through, however, some of the news we didn’t see pertained to some of our most anticipated games that are currently in development. Unfortunately, they were only available on the showroom floor. Here are 10 games we’d love to have seen during E3 2018.