Hood: Outlaws & Legends ‘Post Launch & Year 1 Pass’ trailer

"Mountain" map and new Outlaw teased.

Hood: Outlaws & Legends

Publisher Focus Home Interactive and developer Sumo Digital have a new trailer for Hood: Outlaws & Legends introducing the game’s post-launch plans and Year 1 Pass.

Here is an overview of the game and class, via Focus Home Interactive:

About

Hood: Outlaws and Legends is a multiplayer player-versus-player-versus-enemy heist game from Sumo Digital and Focus Home Interactive. Gather your team of Outlaws and attempt to steal treasure from an oppressive government in a dark and violent medieval world. All players can look forward to a wealth of free gameplay content across the first year of post-launch support, while those who purchase the game’s Year 1 Edition will gain access to three premium Battle Passes covering three seasons, to unlock exclusive cosmetics.

Free Post-Launch Character and Map Revealed

Hood: Outlaws and Legends‘ first year of post-launch support will be split into four themed seasons, each containing major free gameplay additions, community events, new cosmetics, and more. A new map, “Mountain,” will arrive shortly after launch as part of the initial season: Litha. Made up of two distinct areas connected by bridges, the mix of long sightlines and tight, coverless overpasses make Mountain a fresh, deadly challenge.

As teased in today’s trailer, more additions are also coming to Hood soon! The initial season, Litha, will also bring a brand new game mode to spice things up with a greater focus on bloody action. Looking further ahead, a new free Outlaw is also due to arrive in Sherwood—stay tuned for more info about Eidaa and her heist-changing abilities in the near future.

Hood: Outlaws & Legends is due out for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on May 10. Pre-orders include three-day early access starting May 7.

Watch the trailer below.

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