Painkiller Hell & Damnation
was released for the PC back in October 2012. Since then, five pieces of DLC have been released onto that platform with two more pieces still to arrive. Months later in June 2013, the game was finally released across Europe on the Xbox 360, although players in North America must wait until the end of August to get their hands on the title. The Xbox 360 is now playing catch-up with the DLC as we get three of the seven packs appearing on the Marketplace today.
The first pack is "Medieval Horror
", and it adds two new achievements worth a total of 100G. Daniel Garner must work even harder to break through the gates of hell. Players face two new boss battles against the White Demon and Assassin Greed, the latter named in honour of the assassin John P. Greed. Enemies can be defeated using new environmental weapons. Survival mode is also expanded so that players can progress through a map in the same way that they would do in the co-op campaign mode. The full list of content can be found below. "Painkiller Hell & Damnation: Medieval Horror" costs 320 MSP and can be downloaded from here
The Painkiller Hell & Damnation “Medieval Horror” Multiplayer pack, or simply PKHDMHMPP for those who are into abbreviations! Below is the full list of what is included in the "Medieval Horror" DLC for Painkiller Hell & Damnation: Expansion of Survival Mode: Players can now progress through maps in a similar manner to the campaign coop mode (i.e. It's no longer limited to a specific spot in a map/chapter). New Survival Mode: Boss Audience - players can now fight against bosses in survival mode; players need to cooperate and coordinate to defeat bosses by using environment traps and weapons New Boss and Multiplayer Skin: White Demon New Enemy and Multiplayer Skin: Assassin Greed (In remembrance of the famous assassin John P. Greed) Environmental Weapon: Parcel Gun - Use this device and shoot “organic” parcels at your foes to keep them at bay. New Tarot Card: Fear (“In case you’re surrounded by demons and fiends, fear not! Fear them!” – Ezukral III. ancestor of Belial) One Brand-new Multiplayer Map called “Inhumator” Three Popular Multiplayer Maps (Psycho, Illuminati, Chaos) remade to the HD versions and also available in classic mode
The second pack is "The Clock Strikes Meat Night
", and it also adds two new achievements worth a total of 100G. The journey through purgatory continues in style with a whole host of new content, the full list of which can be found below. "Painkiller Hell & Damnation: The Clock Strikes Meat Night" costs 560 MSP and can be downloaded from here
When the clock strikes midnight, it’s meat night in Daniel’s hemisphere. Although the edibility of demon flesh still has to be explored for the bigger part of mankind, Daniel knows that one already. Join Daniel in his newest adventure of carnival carnage… Dual weapons power-up: that’s right, Daniel had steroids for breakfast over the past weeks. The following weapons are available for Akimbo in Singleplayer and Coop: Minigun, Shotgun, Stakegun, Electrodriver. New Tarot Card: Health Stealer - Daniel is now leeching life out of his foes and you know what that means, right? This makes Daniel the Perpetuum Mobile of Death, that’s for sure. Expansion of the Singleplayer and Cooperative gameplay: new actions, secret areas, usable mechanisms, more enemy variations. New Enemies: Loki, Ninja, Leper Monk. New unique character set: Lepers (medieval zombies). New Environmental Weapon: Meat Mine (the head of a dismembered Leper explodes as a mine after being charged with Soul Catcher) “It was horrible. There was this awful stench of demon flesh in the air and this blood-boiled maniac kept supercharging the cut off head of my mate until it exploded, sweeping dozens of others to their death. These images of savagery still haunt me in my dreams…” – Surviving demon of Daniel’s assault on the Old City. Two Singleplayer Maps expanded with content. Asylum: Underground/sewers section of the size of the original map has been added to the level “Teleport to insanity”: after beating the level in the “original” way, Daniel is thrown into a maze of mirrors, teleporting him between various sections, leading to a massive outdoor slaughter-fest. Bridge: Huge new Winter Town from the World War II era has been added to the original map. Zombie soldiers and tanks are still on patrol. Boss fight has been added. According to rumours it’s got something to do with gas tanks. New gameplay elements: Cart-chase and cable railway now have to be fought actively. One New Single-player Map (Town) remade and adapted - combat actions are rearranged, additional enemies (Templars) appear there.
The third pack is "Full Metal Rocket
", only this one just adds one new achievement worth 50G. The multiplayer-centric DLC adds more maps, skins, enemies, and a weapon. As before, the full list of content can be found below. If you'd like a sneak peek at the DLC before deciding on a purchase then check out these screenshots
. "Painkiller Hell & Damnation: Full Metal Rocket" costs 320 MSP and can be downloaded from here
This is a very multiplayer-centered DLC, featuring some of the classic multiplayer maps and introducing a new single player Survival mode. Three classic multiplayer maps now shine in their HD glory including new gameplay options: Meatless, Blink, Mines suited for different modes (Survival, Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture The Flag), featuring the new Survival mode style. New Survival Mode: single player Survival mode with dedicated Leaderboards: play with limited ammo, and avoid being killed to gain access to weapon lockers and to proceed to the next area. One new HD Survival map: Town. One new HD map for all multiplayer modes: Prison. New multiplayer skins: SS Zombie and Leper. New enemies: Executioner and Beast. New weapon for multiplayer mode: Mine.
Despite the fact that the game has not been released in North America, players can still purchase the DLC in preparation for the title's release. The game is due to hit retailers there on August 30th.