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Back 4 Blood Open Beta Trailer Showcases Intense PVP and Co-op Action

Back 4 Blood’s open beta content has been revealed in a bloody new teaser trailer.


Players will be able to get their hands on Back 4 Blood for the first time on August 5th, as revealed in a new trailer showing off the over-the-top PvP and co-op action that Turtle Rock Studios excelled in with the studios previous series co-op zombie series Left 4 Dead.

The trailer is short and sweet and shows that Back 4 Blood is going in the right direction to earn its place as Left 4 Dead’s spiritual successor with the chaotic moment-to-moment gameplay that fans of that series will be familiar with. The open beta begins with early access for anyone who has ordered the game and this will last from August 5th until August 9th.

Even if you haven’t pre-ordered the game you still have a chance to experience the early access portion by applying at the official Back 4 Blood Website. Following early access, the open beta will be available to all players from August 12th to August 16th. The open beta will have plenty of content available with two “Swarm” PvP maps, two co-op maps to fight off the hordes of undead monsters, various weapons to get up close and personal with, along with much more.

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Both open beta portions will be available on Xbox series X|S, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, and PC. Notably, cross-play and cross-gen support will be supported across all platforms, which is always good to hear! If Back 4 Blood sounds like the kind of game you’d be interested in trying out, then you should check out the insane trailer for the beta below.

Back 4 Blood promises to deliver thrilling and dynamic moment-to-moment gameplay along with highly variable customisable action and is available on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, and PC on October 12th, 2021.

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