10 Chambers Collective, a group of developers made up of former Payday studio Overkill Software employees, has released a trailer showing off their brand new game. While it doesn’t reveal much information about the game it does reveal its name GTFO along with the tagline “Work Together Or Die Together.”
Headed up by Ulf Andersson, the co-op game will challenge players to work closely as a team or face the consequences. The first-person shooter will also contain horror elements to keep the tension high.
“Every expedition in GTFO is unique and the game lets you make informed decisions on what equipment and weapons to bring — but even then survival is not guaranteed,” says designer Simon Viklund. “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.”
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