Back 4 Blood post-launch content announced, including free updates, an annual pass, and a solo mode with campaign progressions

Back 4 Blood has been out for a few weeks now, so of course as fans have beaten the game they’ve naturally begun to ask, “what’s next?” Well today Warner Bros. Games and Turtle Rock have announced their plans for post-launch content, including free updates, an annual pass, and the much requested solo mode with campaign progression. Read below for details:

Back 4 Blood Post-Launch Content Roadmap Details Upcoming Free Updates & Annual Pass

Warner Bros. Games and Turtle Rock Studios today released a Back 4 Blood post-launch content roadmap detailing various Free Updates and the Annual Pass coming to the first-person co-op zombie shooter this year and beyond. Upcoming Free Updates will include a solo offline mode with campaign progression, new difficulty level, new co-op mode, all-new cards and card type, a holiday seasonal event, and much more.

The roadmap also highlights the first expansion from the Back 4 Blood Annual Pass, called Tunnels of Terror, which will be available next year. Tunnels of Terror will feature new story content, playable Cleaners and Ridden, activity type, weapons, cards, and exclusive skins, with more information to come at a later date. The Annual Pass includes Tunnels of Terror and two additional expansions, and is available now for $39.99 (SRP), or as part of the Back 4 Blood Deluxe Edition (digital only) for $89.99 (SRP) and Back 4 Blood Ultimate Edition for $99.99 (SRP).

Below is a full rundown of upcoming free updates:

Solo Offline Mode with Campaign Progression
New Supply Lines
Ridden Practice Area
Holiday Seasonal Event
New Difficulty
New Co-op Mode
New Card Type
New Player & Corruption Cards
Melee Updates
Quality of Life Improvements
Bug Fixes

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