Today, Sumo Digital and Focus Home Interactive released a new roadmap for its post-launch content of Hood: Outlaws and Legends, which will be released on May 10 for PlayStation and Xbox consoles as well as PC. The game will arrive three days early for those who pre-order the game or its Year 1 edition, which will include a Battle Pass for the post-launch content.
Hood: Outlaws and Legends, the new co-op PvPvE heist game from Sumo Digital and Focus Home Interactive, has unveiled its first post-launch plans for after its debut on May 7. All players can look forward to a wealth of free gameplay content across the first year of support, while those who purchase the game’s Year 1 Edition will gain access to three premium Battle Passes covering three seasons to unlock exclusive cosmetics.
Hood’s first year of post-launch support will be split into four themed seasons, each containing major free gameplay additions, community events, new cosmetics and more. A new map, Mountain, will arrive shortly after launch as part of the initial season. Made up of two distinct areas connected by bridges, the mix of long sightlines and tight, coverless overpasses make Mountain a fresh, deadly challenge.
More goodies are coming down the road, too! The initial season of play will bring a new game mode to spice things up with a greater focus on bloody action. And a free new Outlaw is also bound for Sherwood — stay tuned for more about Eidaa and her heist-changing abilities.
Pre-order Hood: Outlaws & Legends now on PlayStation®5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation®4, Xbox One, and PC to get exclusive early access on May 7 — three days before the official release on May 10. Pre-orders will get the “Forest Lords” cosmetic pack for free, featuring unique outfits and weapon skins for your characters. You can also pre-order the game’s Year 1 Edition, which includes three Battle Passes due to be released post-launch.
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