Back 4 Blood, a cooperative zombie shooting game, has released a new promotional image that teases information about the upcoming Children of the Worm addition. Along with the release date for the next Back 4 Blood chapter, additional information has emerged regarding a new campaign act, a new Cleaner, new weapons, enemy kinds, and other topics. \n \nTurtle Rock Studios, a group with a long history with co-op shooters and impacting many of today's online games, created Back 4 Blood in 2021. \n \nThe critically acclaimed first Left 4 Dead game and the asymmetrical multiplayer shooter Evolve, which pitted a group of survivors against a single player controlling a monster, are two of Turtle Rock Studios' best-known works. \n \nThe title of Back 4 Blood, which replaces "for" with "4", alludes to the fact that It is Left 4 Dead's spiritual successor. An AI game director changes the environment as a ragtag group of survivors fight through hordes of zombies or "Ridden" to keep players on their toes. \n \nPlayers will engage in epic showdowns with a potent new enemy threat in Children of the Worm's new story campaign. Prophet Dan, a self-described preacher of the end times with a gun, will be added to the expanding roster of playable Cleaners in the expansion to aid in the fight against this unnamed enemy. \n \nEight exclusive character skins, 12 distinctive weapon skins, new weaponry, and accessories are all included in Children of the Worm. \n \nThe Children of the Worm DLC for Back 4 Blood will be available on August 30 and free for owners of the Deluxe or Ultimate editions of the game. \n \nIn addition, the Back 4 Blood Annual Pass or a standalone expansion purchase will be possible. Players may anticipate paying at least $15 for the new content if the cost of Back 4 Blood's initial expansion indicates. \n \nTo complete the play, it will also be essential to confronting a fresh danger in the form of armed individuals with terrible flea infestations.