Metal: Hellsinger is a rhythm-based first person shooter developed by Th Outsiders and published by Funcom.
Players travel through hellish environments battling demons.
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.