Hellraid, the demonic DLC of Dying Light, already has a release date
Although Techland is working on a new installment of Dying Light, which was expected to arrive in the middle of this year, the developer continues to support the original title. At the beginning of the year, it had been anticipated that a new infernal DLC would arrive in the summer based on a forgotten project of the study. Well, it is already summer and we did not have to wait long for the revelation, because the details of Hellraid have already been released along with a presentation video.
In case you don’t know, Hellraid is a game Techland was working on after launching its hit Dead Island. The project was revealed in 2013, but the developer put it on hiatus to focus on Dying Light development. Unfortunately, Hellraid never came to light.
Well, the Hellraid DLC promises a completely new game mode based, as its name reveals, on “the first-person fantasy action-fantasy game Hellraid, which was never released,” according to the official DLC description.
This content will bring to the game an arcade machine that appeared in a basement after a strange blackout. People believed that it was a common arcade machine, but it turned out to be a portal to the next world, where you will visit a fortress filled with demonic creatures carrying medieval gear that had never been seen in the series before.
The best thing is that in this place the player will also be able to find weapons that he can use in the world of the living, but before he will have to get them in dungeons full of demons, either alone or cooperatively, with up to 3 other people. You should know that the strength and number of evil creatures will be proportional to that of the players.
The DLC will arrive on July 23 to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC and you can get it in exchange for $ 10 USD. If you can no longer wait to play it, then you will be interested to know that a demo is already available, but only on PC (Steam) for all those who have already pre-ordered the downloadable package. If you plan to set it aside to take advantage of the demo, we tell you that you should do it soon, since the demo will be available only this weekend, until Monday, June 29.