You actually stopped Hellraid already dead. Surprisingly, the title, originally announced as an independent game, is now making a comeback – as a DLC of the company’s own Techland zombie hit Dying Light. Because before the end of the year with the second part, we are kidnapped Dying Light – Hellraid into contaminated dungeons that house the birth of hell – both alone and in co-op. Originally it was supposed to Hellraid, enriched with the best elements Elder Scrolls, Witches and Dead Island, released in 2013 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Shortly before the release, the makers decided behind Dead Island however, for far-reaching revisions, graphic improvements, additional physics effects and new gameplay features that Hellraid should get fit for the then brand new PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. However, it never came to completion, instead the game and further development was surprisingly stopped in 2015, after which nothing was left for a long time Hellraid was heard – until two months ago. There, the developers at Techland announced that the almost finished game was given a second chance – as an extension of Dying Light.
2020 presents itself Hellraid now as the new game mode of the survival series Dying Light. A strange slot machine takes us to an extra-worldly fortress that is ruled by servants of hell. Demonic enemies with ancient swords, axes and hammers lurk here as we stumble through stone corridors and dimly lit chambers – all with the aim of winning the best rewards and additional prizes. The game is played alone or in co-op with up to three other players. If you would now like to lend a hand yourself, you only have to be patient for a few more weeks: The wild dungeon hunt on July 23rd starts for PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One.
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