Back 4 Blood got its first DLC expansion today in the form of Tunnels of Terror and with it came a major update. As well as all of the new content the DLC adds, such as seven Ridden Hives and two new Cleaners, the free update tweaks existing difficulties before adding a challenging No Hope difficulty. There are plenty of other changes too.
Back 4 Blood Tunnels of Terror Update patch notes
The Back 4 Blood Tunnels of Terror DLC and update was released today, April 12. The pair add plenty of new features, including the aforementioned Ridden Hives and Cleaners. There are also three warped Ridden added to Swarm PvP mode, Skull Totem supply lines, more Legendary weapons, Legendary attachments, Player cards, Director cards, character skins, weapon skins, banners, sprays, emblems, and the No Hope difficulty mode.
Those who aren’t yet ready to tackle the No Hope difficulty mode will find there has been more health added to Nightmare difficulty. This is to prepare for Mom’s passive ability adjustment. Other campaign changes include the removal of timed objectives, a reduction in the number of alarmed doors, and the ability to unbolt weapon attachments in safe rooms. Plenty of existing cards have received buffs, as have Cleaners Doc and Mom.
In Swarm PvP, Turtle Rock Studios has now limited the mode so that only one of each Special Ridden variant can be spawned at any one time. Some cards have been added to Swarm PvP decks while others have been removed. Elsewhere, there are plenty of bug fixes and gameplay improvements, all of which can be viewed in the patch notes on the game’s website.
In other news, a DualSense controller Firmware Updater may soon be coming to PC. While Sony is yet to confirm anything, many believe it will arrive in time for Playstation Plus Premium members to stream games to PC in June. Elsewhere, more rumors have surfaced that suggest PSVR 2 won’t be released until 2023.
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