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The recent news about Hellraid being put “on hold” had a lot of gamers fearing the worst for the game. Well, Techland's CEO Pawel Marchewka explained what they actually meant by “on hold” and that the medieval, first-person, hack-and-slash dungeon crawler Hellraid isn't cancelled.
Were you looking forward to the random-dungeon, hack-and-slash, first-person game Hellraid from Techland? Well, you'll have to put that excitement on a shelf and close the cabinet for now. They recently announced that the game is being shelved and could be reworked from the ground up into something else.
20 minutes of pure gameplay are on display in a lenghty developer walkthrough for the upcoming first-person, 24-player co-op title, Hellraid. Instantaneously I would have to say that this seems like a perfect game to play with the Oculus Rift, especially after watching how the gameplay mechanics operate.
Hellraid, the dark medieval game in development at Dead Island studio Techland, won't be out this year. The developer said today that they're planning a 2014 launch now.
You don't just watch the latest Hellraid trailer - you play it. Techland has released an interactive trailer for the first-person hack-and-slash game.
Techland has sent out additional screenshots from their first-person hack-and-slash game Hellraid. They've also released a new FAQ outlining the basic features of the co-op adventure.
Today Techland, the developer of the Dead Island and Call of Juarez franchises, has announced a new medieval game called Hellraid. Hellraid is a first-person hack-and-slash game that can be played alone or with friends.