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With developer Nightdive Studios partnering with Atari to bring back the old-school and very violent and gothic shooter Blood. Released during the rise of the 3D shooter, utilising the same engine that powered Duke Nukem 3D, this update brings several changes to the table. Earning it's 'Fresh Supply' subtitle.

Here's the list of improvements made to bring Blood into the second decade of the 21st century. Alongside including both the full game and its expansions.
  • Vulkan, DirectX 11 and OpenGL 3.2 support, play with unlocked framerates!
  • Antialiasing, Ambient Occlusion, V-sync and Interpolation support
  • Support for high resolutions including 4K monitors
  • Fully customizable keyboard and controller pad support
  • Extended modding support, including support for already existing mods
  • Completely rewritten netcode supports up to 8 players
  • Play online in co-operative mode, kill each other in “Bloodbath” or split the difference in classic 4v4 team-based “Capture The Flag” mayhem
  • Battle it out in local split-screen action
  • Roll your own soundtrack with full CD and MIDI music support
  • Look fully up and down with a new 3D view, or stick with the classic BUILD-engine style!

  • That last update, the full 3D view, can be seen in the following launch trailer - and the result is damn impressive.



    "It has been both a great pleasure and an honor to have had the opportunity to work with Atari to update this classic game title that helped firmly cement the FPS as one of the most popular game genres," said Larry Kuperman, Director of Business Development at Nightdive Studios. "We look forward to sharing the gory splendor of Blood: Fresh Supply with a new generation of gamers as well as with the many current fans eager to play one of their favorite titles on contemporary PCs."

    Blood: Fresh Supply is available now on Steam and GOG.



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