Last month, Warner Bros. Games and Turtle Rock Studios released a Back 4 Blood. With Halloween just around the corner, the Maroonersrock team decided to dive into the latest zombie slaying game. Look for our review later this week. With a month of experience, we have experienced most of what the game has to offer. Yesterday afternoon, Turtle Rock Studios announced the post-launch Back 4 Blood roadmap. In this roadmap announcement, Turtle Rock Studios outlined a variety of free updates releasing between November and the early parts of 2022. This roadmap also reveals some early details for Annual Pass members.
According to Turtle Rock Studios, all three expansions will be released throughout 2022. The upcoming free updates will include a solo offline mode with campaign progression. Additionally, a new difficulty, co-op mode, a holiday seasonal event, all-new cards, and card type will be coming to Back 4 Blood. The first expansion is called Tunnels of Terror. Tunnels of Terror will feature new story content, new playable Cleaners, additional Ridden, activity type, weapons, cards, and exclusive skins. Additional details regarding the expansion will come at a later date.
The Annual Pass grants Tunnels of Terror and two additional expansions. The Annual Pass is available now for $39.99. Back 4 Blood Deluxe Edition (digital only) for $89.99 and Back 4 Blood Ultimate Edition for $99.99 grant access to the Annual Pass. Sadly, not much information has been provided by Turtle Rock Studios.
Back 4 Blood is available for free through Xbox Game Pass. Xbox Game Pass members, PC, and PlayStation 4|5 can play with one another through cross-platform gameplay. Are you excited about the Back 4 Blood Roadmap?
B4B Roadmap rundown:
- Solo Offline Mode with Campaign Progression
- New Supply Lines
- Ridden Practice Area
- New Difficulty
- Holiday Seasonal Event
- New Co-op Mode
- New Card Type
- Melee Updates
- New Player & Corruption Cards
- Quality of Life Improvements
- Bug Fixes