The game designers who worked on the highly acclaimed Payday and Payday 2 have banded together to open up a new studio named 10 Chambers Collective. Earlier this year, they hinted at bringing a new type of game to players around the world. Finally at The Game Awards on December 7th 2017, they unveiled their flagship game, GTFO. Also attached to the game is Adam Gascoine, known for Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us. Hopefully he will bring the dark tone he is so known for to this expectantly terrifying game.

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GTFO is a 4-player cooperative FPS (first person shooter) PC game that’s looking to bring a new level of difficulty to the genre. The four players must work together as scavengers making their way through vast underground complexes that are home to terrifying monsters. You read that right. The game isn’t just your normal run-of-the-mill FPS, it is horror-themed. While players are collecting artifacts and other equipment they will have to strive to survive. Not much else was revealed about the game other than it is due to release sometime in 2018. 

Can I just say now that I am so freaking excited for this game? I am a long-time fan of horror games and, to be honest, first person shooters are really starting to win me over, too. The little tidbits we have received regarding the storyline, like trying to figure out your past and where exactly you are at, has me even more intrigued like any good mystery story. I really cannot wait for more information to become available, but you can bet this game has made it on my wishlist! Check out the trailer below and let me know what you think!

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[Screenshots courtesy of 10 Chamber Collective]

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