How to Sign Up for the Back 4 Blood Cross-Generation Demo on PS5, Xbox One X, and PC
Back 4 Blood was just one of the many fantastic announcements made at the Summer Game Fest this year. When it comes to significant announcements, amazing gameplay video, and unexpected celebrity visitors, the industry-wide celebration did not disappoint.
We were finally given a proper look at George R. R. Martin’s Elden Ring, along with an unexpected live performance from Weezer, Jeff Goldblum showing a new Jurassic World management sim, and Giancarlo Esposito telling us more about his Far Cry 6 character. While this trailer drew the most attention because it was the most we’d ever seen of FromSoftware’s future game, it wasn’t the only one to send the game fest’s livestream discussion into a frenzy.
Back 4 Blood, Turtle Rock Studios’ spiritual successor to the Left 4 Dead franchise, has also received fresh gameplay video. The cooperative zombie-shooter, which already has a cult following because to its legacy, promises to fulfill everything that fans hoped a potential Left 4 Dead 3 would have.
There will be a similar emphasis on multiplayer teamwork, the developer’s varied level design is making a reappearance, and opposing players will be able to take control of horrible monsters once more.
The teaser concludes with a reminder that Back 4 Blood will be showcased in greater depth at this weekend’s E3 conference, where it will get its own slot at 5 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 13th. You may watch this livestream on Back 4 Blood’s official Twitch or YouTube channels for a more in-depth look at the title’s online PvP (player against player) component.
Register for the Cross-Generational Beta.
Back 4 Blood’s trailer announced that an open beta will be available throughout August, in addition to touting its E3 presentation.
This will be done in two stages, the first of which is an early-access beta that will run from August 5 to August 9 and is only available to individuals who have pre-ordered a copy of the game. If you pre-buy, you’ll get your early-access beta code either when you receive your order or via email, depending on the store.
Meanwhile, those who haven’t pre-ordered Back 4 Blood can register interest in the game early. This is a brief summary.