“GTFO” – A Brand New Game From the Designers of Payday is a Thrilling Co-Op (VIDEO)
10 Chambers Collective, made up of a few former Payday developers, designers, and industry professionals, have announced the latest video game endeavor and it is called “GTFO” with a teaser of what is to come. Yes, it is indeed the acronym for “get the f*** out”. Aside from the video, which can be viewed below, not much is know about the contents or story except for the fact that the developers are calling it a “4-player hardcore co-op action horror FPS”. However, it’s very clear that cooperation will be critical to survival, but it will not come easily.
In GTFO, you and your friends will explore hostile and terrifying environments where, in an instant, you are thrown from edge-of-your-seat suspense to frantic action. It’s a large-scale experience, testing players in their ability to gear up and adapt to an endless string of unknown and ever-changing challenges.”
“Every expedition in GTFO is unique in the game lets you make informed decisions on what equipment and weapons to bring – but even then survival is not guaranteed,” Simon Viklund, game and sound designer for 10CC, states in an official press release. “GTFO throws so many curveballs and unknown factors at you that you and your team always have to stay on your toes – and the atmosphere is suffocatingly tense. It’s nerve wracking to play even for us developers! If you’re easily scared, wear your brown pants.”
In fact, 10 Chambers Collective is hoping to cater to a particular “niche audience” which, ultimately, may not appeal to the masses. However, in creating GTFO, this gave them the opportunity to flesh out their creative ideas without restrictions and guidelines. Plus, Studio founder Ulf Andersson also mentions in the press release that this project does not have third-party stakeholders backing it. “10 Chambers is completely self funded, meaning there is no board of directors that dictates our creative choices,” Andersson explains. “We can go for a more niche audience–so GTFO goes out to the tight knit, die hard co-op teams of 2-4 people.”
There has not been an official announcement on which platform GTFO will be on, neither is there a tentative release date. However, more information will be revealed later this year. What do you think of the teaser? Are you excited to see what 10 Chambers Collective will bring to the table? Feel free to leave any thoughts or comments in the section below or begin a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers official Facebook and Twitter! For more awesome gaming and related news, check out the articles below:
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