For those familiar with the Left 4 Dead franchise, Back 4 Blood should feel like a trip down blood-soaked zombie-ridden lane. Players still group up in teams of four and fight against hordes of zombies to reach a safe room at the end of every level. However, Back 4 Blood builds on Left 4 Dead’s mechanics with some brand-new features. After a trip through Back 4 Blood’s campaign, we’ve rounded up some of the things any player should know before diving into the game. Back 4 Blood is out now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S, as well as Xbox Game Pass.
Feel free to take a break
Back 4 Blood’s story is told through a series of levels that each make up a single act. With four acts in the game, three of which are comprised of multiple levels, there’s a lot of game in this video game. A full playthrough should take players upward of 15 hours, and while the game doesn’t make it clear, players are free to stop at any time.
Whether it’s the game’s solo campaign or co-op campaign, progress is always saved after a level is finished. That means it’s safe to exit your run and head to the bathroom, grab some water, or just take a break from the screen and come back whenever you want. Quitting out from a run often also means that players can spend their Supply Points on Supply Lines and unlock new cards.
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