GTFO Rundown 004 Introducing 'Big New Core Features'

Published: October 15, 2020 2:48 PM /


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It's time for Prisoners to prepare for a new challenge: GTFO Rundown 004 is making its debut next week and it's planning to introduce some "big new core features" that will truly challenge players as part of the GTFO update.

GTFO is a four-player cooperative PVE experience that can be incredibly challenging. Your team delves into a massive underground complex — you must explore this location while avoiding environmental hazards and deadly enemies. This task will truly require teamwork, and that's just the start.

Unlike some similar games, GTFO switches things up on a regular basis. There is only one expedition available at a time; currently, players can participate in Rundown 003: "The Vessel." Now, a new expedition is on the way: GTFO Rundown 004 is coming.

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What's Coming in GTFO Rundown 004?

GTFO Rundown 004 — code-named "Contact" — will have players exploring the new "Datacenter" environment. Aside from a new map, this update will also debut a new enemy, new weapons and tools, and some more things that the developers don't want to spoil just yet.

10 Chambers Collective has released a single gameplay screenshot which gives us a few details about what we can expect. Unsurprisingly, one of the tasks players have to undertake is to establish an uplink with several terminals on the map and access the data; presumably, that's one of the major purposes for the team to explore this datacenter.

What is the GTFO Rundown 004 Release Date?

The GTFO Rundown 004 release date is October 22, 2020, at 7:00 AM EDT. That means that players have less than seven days to finish up their time with Rundown 003!

Unfortunately, there isn't much more in the way of details. 10 Chambers Collective says that this will be the "biggest GTFO update as of yet," so hurry up and finish the current Rundown before it's gone for good!

What do you hope to see in GTFO Rundown 004? Do you think the Datacenter will be as challenging as previous Rundowns? Let us know in the comments below!

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