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sK1p January - 25 - 2013 News4 COMMENTS

“Medieval Horror” injected into PKHD for the most goresome gameplay yet.

Players now need to fight even harder to break Daniel Garner through the infernal gates of hell. The DLC pack introduces new epic boss battles against the White Demon and Assassin Greed who was named in remembrance of an assassin, John P. Greed.

The Medieval Horror multiplayer pack
expands on Survival mode – players can now progress through a map in the same way they would in campaign mode while playing co-op. Fiends can now be destroyed using new environmental weapons in scenes of horrific demon slaying.

The full list of Medieval Horror DLC features includes:

– Enhancement/Expansion of the Survival mode
– New Survival mode: Boss Audience
– New boss and multiplayer skin: White Demon
– New enemy and multiplayer skin: Assassin Greed
– Environmental Weapon: Parcel Gun
– New Tarot Card: Fear
– 1 brand-new multiplayer map called “Inhumator”
– 3 popular multiplayer maps (Psycho, Illuminati, Chaos) remade to the HD versions and also available in classic mode

Painkiller Hell & Damnation Medieval Horror DLC is available to download through Steam priced USD 3.99/EUR 3.99/GBP 3.49.

  • THRESHER

    Paying to get DM_Psycho? :'(

  • Muleke

    they should release the classic maps for free, now the other stuff is okay to me, if you have to pay for it.

  • PKHD

    only for multiplayer?they need to make more single player maps

  • Paindemonium

    I like it but true… few maps from this DLC shuild be for free. But new skins for multi, new enemie for survival and nice modificated olds, new maps with some kind traps to destroy enemies are not so bad for 4 euro… but not more. Also is problem with few bugs. New map is also nice but psycho and illuminati shuild be for free for simple deathmatch games.. survival version can be for money but not so much.

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Painkiller is a first-person shooter game released on April 12, 2004. The game takes place in Purgatory and Hell. The main character is Daniel Garner.