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GTFO

10 Chambers
Dec 10, 2021 - PC
Strong

OpenCritic Rating

78

Top Critic Average

63%

Critics Recommend

IGN
8 / 10
IGN
8 / 10
Game Informer
8 / 10
IGN Italy
8.2 / 10
The Games Machine
8 / 10
Wccftech
7.3 / 10
Everyeye.it
7.8 / 10
Screen Rant
4 / 5
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GTFO Version 1.0 Launch Gameplay Trailer (4K) thumbnail

GTFO Version 1.0 Launch Gameplay Trailer (4K)

GTFO - Gameplay Trailer (The Game Awards 2017) thumbnail

GTFO - Gameplay Trailer (The Game Awards 2017)


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Critic Reviews for GTFO

GTFO is hard, mean, and exacting in its demands – but there are few co-op shooters that scratch the same itch.

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While the symptoms of its early access state may be keenly felt where breadth of content is concerned there is no shortage of depth in GTFO. It's clever, creepy, and already surprisingly polished, and I can't wait to see where it goes from here.

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Despite a repetitive loop, GTFO smartly differentiates itself from its cooperative shooter influences while still being an approachable thrill ride.

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GTFO is a horror co-op experience not for everyone, but if you like very tactical shooters with a strong stealth component, play it safe.

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No one would be surprised if GTFO was found to have been developed by the Devil himself. Punishing, frustrating and brutal, I can't recommend GTFO to everyone but if you like tough co-op shooters and you have three friends as crazy as you are then you'll fall madly in love with it.

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GTFO is a first-person cooperative game like few others, featuring a great atmosphere and a well-crafted yet challenging experience that is a little difficult to get into, and even harder to master that inevitably limits its appeal. With limited progression features and a lack of a clear roadmap for future updates, to booth, it is difficult to recommend GTFO to anybody but the most hardcore first-person games fans that are looking for something truly different to play.

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GTFO is a concentrate of love and wickedness, the merciless manifestation of a concept as inflexible as it is made with care and dedication.

Review in Italian | Read full review

It's impossible to experience the greatest moments of GTFO without a group of friends, but the launch version of the game makes it worth the effort. 10 Chambers has developed a content-packed co-op shooter where it's exhilarating to succeed - and, crucially, it can even be fun to fail. There's just enough horror and action to satisfy a wide variety of players, but finding those players and gathering them on a regular basis can be a hassle. Still, anyone willing to do so will see that GTFO has a huge chance for success in the long term, especially if the developers continue to crank out more highly refined nightmares.

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