Back 4 Blood content roadmap includes story expansion and offline single player games

In the past few weeks, millions of Back 4 Blood players have experienced disgusting horror challenges, and they have new updates to look forward to. Turtle Rock has developed a content roadmap, starting in December this year and extending to next year.

First of all, every update is free. For Lone Wolf players, the most popular new additions are single-player offline games and campaign progress. The full content calendar is as follows (you can also view it in the title above):

November

  • Quality of life improvement/bug fixes

December

  • New supply line
  • Cycling practice area
  • Holiday seasonal events
  • Single player offline mode with battle progression
  • New card type
  • All new cards

2022

  • New difficulty level
  • New player card
  • New corruption card
  • Melee update
  • Improved quality of life

Turtle Rock also plans to launch the first story expansion pack of Back 4 Blood in 2022, called Tunnels of Terror. The expansion pack is part of the $39.99 annual pass. It introduces new playable characters and rides, as well as new activity types, weapons, cards, and exclusive skins. Those who purchase the annual pass will also get two future expansions. The annual pass is included in the Back 4 Blood Deluxe Edition ($89.99) and Ultimate Edition ($99.99).

For more information about Back 4 Blood, be sure to check out our review.