Turtle Rock Studios has announced that Back 4 Bloods’ first major expansion, Tunnels of Terror, will release on April 12th. Developer Turtle Rock Studios claims that over 10 million players have immersed themselves in Left 4 Dead’s spiritual successor, Back 4 Blood on consoles, and to celebrate, announced that the upcoming Tunnels of Terror expansion will be released in April 12th. Back 4 Blood has surpassed 10 million players and Turtle Rock Studios has announced the game’s first major expansion, Tunnels of Terror, coming out on April 12th with new activities, Cleaners, and more.
With the release of the Tunnels of Terror expansion on April 12, teams of up to four friends will be able to embark on an all-new collaborative activity known as Ridden Hives, where they will explore seven different dungeons filled with mazes of tunnels beneath the depths of Evansburg being chased by a new type of Ridden, the Warped Ridden. Tunnels of Terror will feature two new characters: Sharis, an ax-wielding firefighter, and Heng, a toothy, no-nonsense restaurateur
Its first major DLC expansion pack is included with the Ultimate Edition, Deluxe Edition, and the Back 4 Blood Annual Pass, while players who purchase the Back 4 Blood Standard Edition will be able to purchase it separately. Its first major expansion will add eight exclusive character skins, seven new legendary weapons, 12 new weapon skins, over 15 new maps, and more.
The new DLC will add new PvE events, cleaner exclusive skins, and multiple weapons. The game’s first expansion pack will bring three new variants of special mounts, two new playable characters, eight new skins, and a new PvE mode called the Mount Hive. Seven new legendary weapons, eight new character skins, 12 new weapon skins, new maps, and more will be part of the first expansion.
Tunnels of Terror will be coming to Fort Hope on April 12th, 2022. Here's a little sneak peek on what to look forward to! pic.twitter.com/AOrigv2UuK
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The first DLC will feature new Ridden Hives co-op PvE activity, new playable variants of Cleaners and Ridden, exclusive character and weapon skins, and more. This is a DLC that will include additional Ridden and Cleaner characters for the community and will also introduce a new “Ridden Hives” feature which consists of new enemies and tons of loot. The first DLC will coincide with the release of the No Hope difficulty setting, a free update that adds another level of difficulty for elite players.
The remaining cards in the deck are included in the first set. The DLC will be released alongside Back 4 Blood’s free update pack, which will also include a “No Hope” difficulty setting, providing a more difficult challenge for advanced players. This will include a new Ultra Hard difficulty mode called No Hope, which is sure to be an added challenge for those who have mastered everything Zombie Shooter Back 4 Blood has to offer.
In the next DLC, Back 4 Blood players will once again fight Ridden in seven new locations, more specifically, in dungeons with labyrinth tunnels. Once Back 4 Blook hits digital stores, fans will be looking forward to at least two more expansions, though both remain shrouded in mystery. There is nothing to deny the importance of the numbers, which will get a new boost in April with the release of the Terror Tunnels expansion.
These numbers might be a little high due to Back 4 blood launching on Xbox Game Pass on Day 1, and the 10 million player mark doesn’t represent the current number of active players, but Back 4 Blood is hitting the 10 million mark nonetheless for the celebration by Turtle Rock Studios and Warners. The companies announced that over 10 million players have played Warner Bros Games, publisher of Back 4 Bloods. The game is a first-person co-op zombie shooter from the creators of the acclaimed Left 4 Dead franchise and is now available for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PS5, PS4, and PC.