Nightdive Studios has released a restored and updated version of the classic 2D first-person shooter Blood game, Blood: Fresh Supply. In Blood: Fresh Supply, players will battle an army of sycophantic cultists, zombies, gargoyles, hellhounds, and an insatiable host of horrors in their quest to defeat the evil Tchernobog.
Blood: Fresh Supply supports the Vulkan, DirectX 11 and OpenGL APIs, features unlocked framerates, fully customizable keyboard and controller pad support, Antialiasing, Ambient Occlusion, V-sync and Interpolation support, extended modding support (including support for already existing mods) and completely rewritten netcode supporting up to 8 players.
Here are the game’s key features:
- Updated using Nightdive Studio’s KEX Engine
- 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!
Blood: Fresh Supply contains the original Blood and its Plasma Pak and Cryptic Passage addons, and you can find its launch trailer below!
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