Dead4Returns is a new, upcoming action-packed multiplayer shooting game

Dead4Returns is a forthcoming multiplayer shooter set in a mysterious post-epidemic environment that will start its initial testing phase this month.


Dead4Returns, formerly known as Project: Gaia, delivers action-packed gameplay with high-quality visuals and gorgeous-looking locales for players to engage in all-out shootouts. It also has an online co-op mode and larger maps that are presently in development. Built on Unreal Engine 4, Dead4Returns pits players against one other in a raucous multiplayer shooter across a massive and meticulously detailed battlefield. The multiplayer co-op shooter features mobile device optimization, as well as high-resolution guns and set designs.


The game will allegedly begin its initial trial phase this month, with a focus on art sets and game design experimentation. While there aren't many specifics about the game yet, the short gameplay trailer attached below shows off some potential multiplayer shooter aspects.

The maps are massive, and the information is never-ending. Players will be able to put their abilities to the test with the multiplayer co-op mode. There aren't many information about the game right now, but we do know that it is set in a post-outbreak world. It's a motif that perfectly complements the high-intensity multiplayer bouts. Devs frequently disclose their records on the game's story on TapTap. Here's an example of a report about an outbreak in a city:
"The D.M.A. outbreak has been fully contained. The 385 eliminated D.M.A. consisted of 5 Huggers, 12 Meatballs, 2 Rhinos, 2 Miners, 9 Corruptorrs, 3 unidentified D.M.A., and rest were Biters. ** Recovery rate: 34.957%.

The cause for the D.M.A. outbreak remains unknown. It seemed to be a massive random action and contradicted the known D.M.A. behaviors. ****** was found at the scene, but its connection with the D.M.A. outbreak is unclear."



If you've enjoyed the game so far, you're probably wondering when it'll be released. So far, no release date has been set. The good news is that we aren't that far away. This month, Dead4Returns will begin the first stage, which the developers refer to as the 'trail phase.' It will be done to test the game and get general feedback from selected players in order to make the final release more stable.