|Game Title:||Back 4 Blood|
|Game Developer:||Turtle Rock Studios|
|Game Publisher:||Warner Bros. Games, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment|
|Initial Release Date:||12 Oct 2021|
|Genre:||Action, Horror, Shooter, Survival Horror|
Back 4 Blood is an exciting first-person co-star that has been critically acclaimed by the creators of the French Left 4 Dead. Experience a 4-player co-op storytelling campaign, a competitive multiplayer game like Human or Ridden, and a brutal game that puts you in action. Back 4 Blood optimizes on the older generation of card PC, it also plays steadily at 60 FPS at a High setting. That was to say I had to give up and give up.
Recommend this to any Coop shooter audience and leave 4 dead lovers, as well as just all the players looking for a good and cool cocoon, a dry pve shot to enjoy.
- The graphics look amazing and the sound is very well made
- The game includes a building class system
- Many types of weapons and honors
- Enemies are hard and cold
- Difficulty level
- The game is very nice and also supports DLSS 2.0
The game itself is great with a good story and lots of different maps and objectives. Levels of difficulty need to be adjusted / increased because Recruit is also very easy for first time shooting, Veterans are very good and should stay the same, Nightmare on the other hand is very difficult, requires 4 trained teams require pre-made. complete the entire game.
- Voice Profile
- Roguelite Development Card System
- Factor Replay
- Not pay2win
- AI, both friend, and foe
- Solo Play No Development
- Server problems
- Melee, no dodge/block mechanics
It is worth as much gold as any other shot. The weapons are well-managed, the card system is a fun and interesting way to create a unique game style, the enemies are both scary and interesting, and the enrollment continues. I love the characters, and the early cut scenes that we are treated to. Overall, I tend to support characters with style, so Mom and Doc are my singing characters in this game. Personally, I agree with what the Back 4 Blood story has now and in the future!
The campaign consists of 4 activities, each consisting of several levels. In total, there are more than 30 levels to come. The level design is in line with the Left 4 Dead IMO. It’s nice to get into the session a bit and just have fun. Different challenging settings (very difficult IMO) that are combined with “run” greatly increase the game’s visibility. Unlike Left 4 Dead each way is different AND to some extent. It’s not like a different campaign, but since you will get event cards at every level, it will always be a little different (some levels will then have bosses, mice, special zombies, etc.). Overall, the campaign was very well done.
Swarm mode is a 4v4 player mode. 4 cleaners against 4 special zombies. Each round the team changes their site and the one who stays the longest gets a point. He is the best in the top three and the team that wins 2 rounds wins the match. It is a short and very comfortable model. The thing that diminishes me is something like a line.
I do not want it to be too competitive but I have had a few competitions where you can instantly guess after the first 30 seconds which team is better (a lot). If you have 2 of those matches in a row you are not happy and you no longer want to play. You can not miss the match either because you will leave the match 5 minutes immediately (release often results in longer periods). I understand why they added this but since there is no skill-based comparison (as far as I can see), it just works.
This is a completely new thing in terms of leaving 4 dead. There are dozens of cards in the game. For each run, whether you start the matches you are playing or Swarm, you need to choose a deck of 15 cards. Each round/level where you draw one of five new cards increases the odds in the game (15 health, knives, 10% faster upgrade times, etc.). Because you can build your own depot, you can decide how you want to play. Be tanks, meds, allies, specialize in melee or weapons, etc. In a game like this where there will always be a meta, there are endless possibilities.
This is useful. I love the development of the games but in Back 4 Blood it takes too long to unlock everything. You get equipment for every match that is played (whether it be campaign mode or swarm). With the quests, you can unlock another “level” in a series of 8 levels. You have activated three of them once (Supply Lines) and need to open one (8 items / cards) completely to get a new one. You can open the card and cosmetics.
Back 4 Blood gets a solid value in my gaming list, 8/10 for my current effects at this time. If the above problems are removed and resolved in time it will be 9/10. For Co-Op players, rejoice in another era of zombie killing activity, and hope that Turtle Rock Studios can build a better experience on this basis. Back 4 Blood is exactly what Left 4 Dead Fans have been wanting all these years.
The gun game is amazing, the campaign is very good, the swarm mode is fun and challenging enough. It even developed in some areas. Now you have something to work on (opening things), cards that make a lot of things fun, and different guides like roguelite.
System Requirements of Back 4 Blood Game
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/10/10 (64-bit)
- Processor: Intel Core i5-6600 (3.3 GHz) OR AMD Ryzen 5 2600
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti OR AMD Radeon RX 570
- Hard Drive: 40 GB available space
- DirectX: Version 12
How to Install Back 4 Blood For PC?
- Extract the file using “Winrar”.
- Open the “Back 4 Blood Game” folder.
- Click on the “Back4Blood” icon to play the game.
- This Game is Pre-Installed Which means You Don’t need to install this game. Instantly Play!
|File Size: 24.2 GB||Download Here|