GTFO has been in early access for quite some time now, but during the Games Award last night it was announced that the game is now out of the programme, and available for purchase at a brief discount on Steam.
GTFO Key Features:
A 4-player cooperative experience:
GTFO is designed for prisoner teams of four, putting cooperation at the core of the experience. Bots can fill your lineup if you’re short one or two players. They’ll follow you through expeditions, sneak when you sneak, collect resources, and fight alongside you. They’re a good fallback, but the level of communication and tactical combat in GTFO means it’s best to play with people.
Prepare, Explore, Survive:
A strategy is necessary to clear the Rundown. Before you drop into the Complex, your team needs to decide what gear, boosters, and weapons to bring. You must also balance the team, identifying the function of each prisoner so that you know what to do when things go wrong. And they will. They always do.
Don’t wake them up:
Stealth and coordination are necessary to survive as you maneuver through the Complex. Many of the creatures of GTFO are suspended in a state of hibernation, so light, noise, and vibrations can easily wake up these Sleepers. And if one of them knows you’re there, they all know. That’s when things get messy.
New mission, new Rundown:
When the Warden issues a Work Order, a new Rundown is released and the existing Rundown is deleted forever. New Rundowns will drop periodically over the lifetime of the game, bringing your team grisly new ways to suffer.
GTFO is a hardcore multiplayer co-operative shooter, where players have to work with each other in order to face escalating waves of challenging enemies, controlled by an elusive warden. It is currently available on Steam with a 25% discount celebrating its official release.