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How to Play Back 4 Blood Alpha Demo

Turtle Rock Studios, the developer of Left 4 Dead has released the gameplay and the closed Alpha dates for a long awaited title Back 4 Blood. The game has a similar play-style to the studio’s hit title L4D. The new zombie-slaying co-op was introduced at The Game Awards with exclusive footage. With news of the game, players are excited and here is how to play Back 4 Blood Alpha Demo within a few days. Keep scrolling to know more and the steps to register for the B4B demo.

How to Play Back 4 Blood Alpha Demo

To play Back 4 Blood that’s set to open for the closed Alpha on 17th Dec 2020, you will have to register on the game’s website. The game will officially release for all platform including the next-gen consoles on June 22 next year via the Steam and Epic Games Store. We still do not have news on when the closed Alpha will end, but we know that it’s only available for users on Steam.

Here is how to play Back 4 Blood Demo.

  1. Visit the Back4Blood website by following the link.
  2. Click on Register Now
  3. Enter your date of birth and hit Confirm
  4. Provide your email and check the consent option and click on Register

You will be asked to provide your internet speed and the option to create a WB Games Account. At the moment, the Alpha option is only available for Steam.

A sequel to Left 4 Dead is a long-awaited title and as a result, the registration for the Closed Alpha will likely be very high. At the moment it seems that the Alpha keys are available on a first-come first-serve basis, so you should not delay and register now. Here is the gameplay video.

From the above videos, the gameplay looks amazing with regular zombies and terrifying bosses. There are also a range of other mid-level zombies with six-limb tall monsters and much more. Watch the trailer, from the looks of it, the title seems to be another potential hit for the studio.

Tim Blisz
I am an avid gamer who loves to write about games. When not writing, I like to cook and play first-person shooter video games.

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