By this point, we've lost count of the amount of developers that would leave a company after a major release to create their own group centred around making similar games. It's happened before, it'll happen again and it's happening right now.
Following the monumental success of Payday: The Hiest, a number of those original team members left Overkill Software to found 10 Chambers Collective. Obviously, they're working on a new game. The name? GTFO. The premise? A four-player shooter!
Despite the name, it isn't being used as a term to scream at civilians as you rob a bank. Nor is it one the cops would be finishing off with 'on the ground' as they storm in to thwart your money-grubbing plans. Instead, GTFO is a horror title - so maybe you'll have a ghost quietly whisper it in your ear.
Other than pumping out that classic 80s synth we've been hearing in movies and TV as of late, the debut trailer barely tells us anything. The series of moving images shows what seems to be an elevator running down the centre of a shattered scructure with busted pipes and debris everywhere. Being a 4-player horror title, it's described as a team effort similar to that of Payday. While it's technically possible to play alone, we're to understand that doing so would require incredible skill. It's build upon communication and teamwork.
No platforms have been announced just yet, nor do we have a tentative release date. Hopefully we'll be seeing more at E3, but which - if any - of the conferences will it side with is the bigger question.