Techland's Project Hell has now a final name: Hellraid, set to release later this year on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. Offering single-player campaign and mutliplayer, the game features hack & slash action with melee, ranged and magical weapons, looting, crafting, customization and character development. First screens and press release inside.
Techland Announces Hellraid, First-Person Co-Op Slasher for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3
Techland officially unveils the game formerly known as Project Hell, blending story-driven hack & slash action, shooters and online multiplayer in one hell-raising package.
Techland has formally announced Hellraid, a first-person co-op slasher that offers two games in one: a single-player, story-driven campaign of hack & slash action; and unique, co-operative multiplayer that pits four players against the denizens of hell – and each other – in a battle for points, rewards and fame. The first official screenshots, game details and more are available on Hellraid.com, where you’ll also find the developers blog, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the production of Hellraid.
The armies of Hell brought pain and destruction to the realm of man, and only a select few have the fighting skills necessary to confront the devilish monstrosities. Combining elements of hack & slash RPGs, first-person shooters and online multiplayer games, Hellraid features an advanced, immersive combat system with melee, ranged and magical weapons. The engaging Game Master system makes each game a different experience, placing loot and enemies while generating random online challenges.
With exploration, looting, questing, weapon crafting, boss fights, armor customization, character development, leaderboards, magic and so much more, Hellraid is set to drag you straight to hell later this year on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
For more information visit hellraid.com and like it at facebook.com/hellraidgame.
@KORNdog: Agreed. They're in on it too, so fuck em. (1 Hour ago)
And ive noticed it, not only offline, but online. Its the reason why i stopped buying them after Fifa 13. (1 Hour ago)
yet that's exactly what they were doing with their pay to win loot crates. basically they're ok with fucking up MP balance if you're paying for it. but i'll be damned if you try doing it for free! (1 Hour ago)
@Tiz: dice are sadly not free from blame either. i've seen them trying to justify their actions regarding them limiting the amount of credits you can earn in single player as to not disrupt MP (1 Hour ago)
sounds like a conspiracy theory, but it isn't. There's plenty of videos on Youtube talking about it. (1 Hour ago)
The actual gameplay. It'll deliberately handicap a player with a good team in order to give a slight advantage to someone else. (1 Hour ago)
And here's the kicker, and something I haven't seen being made as a point to beat the cunts with anywhere: their online is scripted, in a way to make people dip into their pockets to buy them (1 Hour ago)