It Is Time To GTFO With Some New Gameplay For The Game


New gameplay for GTFO is out there and it gives a better feel for how GTFO will look and play when it finally launches in 2018

Here we go with more gameplay for GTFO than what we had before. Granted, before it was all a tease for what we have now, but that does not change the fact that we have some new and solid gameplay from 10 Chambers Collective to look at here and see just what is going on in this game. It is an FPS as we all could have guessed from the teases, but it looks like GTFO is going to be much more than that. At least in terms of atmospheric feelings and sights to be had in the game. It is almost like one part Dead Space and another part Left4Dead when you look at it. I am not talking only in the way the creatures look here but just in the general sense of it all.

For the uninitiated here, GTFO is a four-player co-op FPS title for coming to the PC. We all are heading out to scavenge goods from a facility that has seen better days and fewer monsters running around. Yes, they do look like zombies for the most part, but as GTFO is its own title, I am hoping for a bit more of a deviation than that from the other titles I mentioned here already. We can at least hop and from the following gameplay, it looks like it would be an easy assumption to make. Have a look at it all for yourself though and see what you think. Here is the latest trailer for the game that was shown off during this year's Game Awards.

GTFO — Gameplay Trailer

GTFO is a terrifying 4 player co-op game for hardcore FPS players, brought to you by the game designer behind the PAYDAY franchise. Players get to play as a team of scavengers, forced to explore and extract valuable artifacts from a vast underground complex that has been overrun by horrifying monsters. Gather weapons, tools, and resources to help you survive — and work to unearth the answers about your past and how to escape. GTFO is set to be released 2018.

Does this look like what you were expecting GTFO to look and play like or were you looking for something else? Do you agree that it looks like a great blending of the other two franchises there or is that just the "easy" way out of explaining it? Do you think that we will get to play the game as a couch co-op title or will it all be an online experience to be had? Let us know what you are thinking about all of this down in the comments and then discuss. When we learn more for GTFO, you will learn more for it. That is, as long as you are checking back in on the site here and keeping as up to date as we are.