Metal: Hellsinger is a rhythm-based first person shooter developed by Th Outsiders and published by Funcom.
Players travel through hellish environments battling demons.
The rhythm shooter's first paid DLC adds two new songs, The Red Right Hand machine gun, and three outfits with "unique" modifiers.
The Outsiders and Funcom's heavy metal rhythm shooter has been played by a million people since its launch in September.
Heavy metal first-person rhythm shooter Metal: Hellsinger now has mod support. This means that you can now play the game to a jazz soundtrack.
Metal: Hellsinger is a new rhythm-based first-person shooter that tries to basically make a game out of heavy metal album art. How well does it manage this feat?
Xbox is set to showcase a series of indie games at its ID@Xbox Fall Showcase. Games at the online event will include Metal: Hellsinger and Eville.
Other games in the lineup include Disney Dreamlight Valley,Ashes of the Singularity: Escalation, Train Sim World 3, and more.
Featuring a rocking soundtrack, the rhythmic FPS will cost $40 on Xbox Series X/S and PS5 while the PC version retails for $30.
Metal: Hellsinger's latest trailer shows off gameplay against the headbanging tunes of metal bands like Trivium, Lamb of God, and Arch Enemy, among others.
The Outsiders' rhythm first person shooter Metal: Hellsinger has slipped into next year, and its previous-gen versions have been cancelled.
"We feel really lucky to be able to join Funcom and deepen this already great connection," says co-founder David Goldfarb.
The rhythmic first person shooter impresses in its newest showing.
Slay your way through Hell in this mix of first person shooting and rhythm.