GTFO’s Rebirth replace provides ceiling monsters and mind injections


Tactical horror FPS GTFO had a giant replace yesterday, wiping away all its outdated ranges as soon as once more, and introducing recent ones with eerie new environments to discover. This time it appears nature has returned to the Advanced (the large underground compound you are despatched into), with plants starting to develop amongst the horrors. Sadly, that plants appears to have contributed to the horrors too, since you’ll now discover “spawner sacks” hanging from the ceilings. I do not fancy assembly what comes out of them.

Rebirth is the co-op sport’s fifth Rundown (developer 10 Chambers’ time period for his or her content-wiping updates), and it went dwell final night time. You possibly can catch a glimpse of this barely floral new zone, the Floodways, within the trailer beneath.

Gamers will even be capable to discover artifacts which might be wanted by The Warden (“the mysterious entity that’s conserving you prisoner”). Your reward for grabbing these can be a stunning mind injection referred to as a Booster that may improve your skills on subsequent journeys to the Advanced. This may very well be issues like elevated hacking velocity or improved assault rifle injury.

That is the primary time the sport has had any type of progress that contributes to additional expeditions. Beforehand, the one factor you actually gained from finishing a stage was unlocking the subsequent stage – however you do not even want to finish something to get the Boosters. As quickly as you discover an artifact it is despatched to The Warden, so it does not matter should you die after. It is a good characteristic that may positively encourage me to attempt one other run if I handle to get myself killed (which is usually), even when it does require sticking needles in my digital cranium.

You will discover extra information about the brand new replace right here, and the devs say they’re going to be publishing a change record that ought to have extra particulars in a separate submit.

If you happen to’ve but to check out GTFO, Matt Cox mentioned it is “one of the simplest ways to panic as a gaggle since Killing Flooring”. And Matt performed earlier than monsters might fall on you from the ceiling; think about how a lot that panic has advanced now.

GTFO is in early entry on Steam (and it is at the moment on sale for 20% off). There is no information on when it’s going to be leaving early entry, although the builders plan on persevering with the Rundown idea after its launch. It is price noting that every new Rundown fully replaces the earlier one. So, should you’ve missed Rundowns one by 4, I am afraid they’re gone for good.


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