The open beta for ‘Back 4 Blood’ arrives next month

The upcoming sequel Back 4 Blood is releasing soon this year. However, players will be able to access it early, thanks to an open beta.

A spiritual successor to Left 4 Dead, Back 4 Blood will bring back the action-packed adventures of players fighting it out against zombies.

‘Back 4 Blood’ open beta details.

Even before the eventual launch, features like DLSS are already confirmed for the Turtle Rock Studios title.

Next month, an open beta will make its way for those who want to have an early experience of Back 4 Blood.

The devs informed about the additions and highlighted features game’s PC version of the game in its recent gameplay trailer.

Along with Nvidia’s frame-boosting DLSS, the game will also have a FOV slider.

ICYMI, Back 4 Blood will also support cross-play.

Talking about the open beta once again, it will run from August 12 through August 16. However, before that, it will roll out a closed beta as well. It will be available from August 5 through August 9.

Interested people can pre-register on the official website if they want to participate.

When it comes to the plot, then the sequel will take place following a worldwide outbreak. Inside the game, it’s said to be the result of an alien parasite.

Most of the humans have been turned to “Ridden” because of the attack. And in a post-apocalyptic world, a group of brave individuals called “Cleaners” come forward to go against the undead!

In this group, the main characters to watch out for are Walker, Holly, Hoffman, Evangelo, Karlee, Doc, Jim, and Mom.

ALSO READ: Back 4 Blood won’t have offline mode at launch

More new titles coming in 2021

Meanwhile, gaming enthusiasts are curiously waiting for this year’s fresh releases in the remaining second half. There are quite a few of them that are worth the wait!

Speaking of the insanely exciting titles, then there is Halo Infinite, Far Cry 6, New World, and Battlefield 2042.

No More Heroes 3, a new Call of Duty entry, GhostWire: Tokyo, Stray, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits are also on the list.

However, the big list extends even further with the likes of Life Is Strange: True Colors, The Ascent, and Humankind.

Little Devil Inside, Shadow Warrior 3, Cyber Shadow, Deathloop, Dying Light 2, and The Day Before are other crucial launches.

Recently announced Etched Memories and Glitchpunk would also make their debuts later this year.

Back to Back 4 Blood, it’s making its way on various platforms this October.

What do you think about all the major games of 2021? Are you excited about them already?

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