“Well…. That’s rude…” might have been the first thing that went through your head when you saw the headline. But I promise you, it is not. Get The Fuck Out (or GTFO as it is actually called) is the premiere release from 10 Chambers Collective and it drops as an Early Access game on Steam on December 9, 2019.
WTF is the game about?
GTFO is a 4-player hardcore survival action/horror FPS for gamers seeking a true challenge. Team survival is key down in “the Complex”, a vast terrifying underground environment where GTFO takes place and where communication, coordination and bullet counting are major factors to stay alive. The scarcity of ammunition isn’t a new thing to this genre of games but it adds an extra challenge when picking your battles. Remember, survival is important and how you approach a battle will mean life or death for your team.
Tell me more…
You play as scavengers held captive by an entity called “The Warden” who will task your team with a work order that includes different objectives to carry out inside the Complex. The work order is represented by The Rundown, which is the menu you are presented with when you launch GTFO. The Rundown is divided into different tiers; the deeper you go into the Complex, the harder the expeditions get.
“Each work order in the Rundown represents an expedition into a different part of the Complex where the environment, the population of monsters, the objective and other conditions can all be vastly different and offer diverse gaming experiences”Simon Viklund, member of 10 Chambers Collective
GTFO is not your average horror game
From the looks of it, GTFO does not fall into the same category as your ordinary “oh a big scary man with a chainsaw/axe/knife is chasing me and I barely have any clothes on” kind of horror game. Far from it. Instead, I get a “The Division mixed with Destiny without the weapon power” kind of feeling. And it intrigues me.
The game has been in production since 2015 and during this time, the developers have built quite a substantial fan base. The studio, 10 Chambers Collective, was founded by Ulf Andersson – the designer of the PAYDAY series. They describe themselves as “An independent game development studio creating hardcore co-op games.”. And if you ask me, it sure looks like they are going to deliver what they set out to do.
GTFO is available as Early Access on Steam from the 9th of December. Now… Get. The. Fuck. Out.
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