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Metal: Hellsinger will slip next year and drop two controllers

There will definitely be more games announced as cross-genes that will follow the example of Metal: Hellsinger.

Funcom (publisher) and The Outsiders (developer) have announced that they won’t be able to keep up with the release originally scheduled for 2021 with the rhythm-based shooter and in-house, and have also dropped the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. (Maybe because they can no longer offer Metal: Hellsinger in good quality on their 2013 irons.) Therefore, the computer (steamOn the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series console, we’ll be looking for a perfect creature…but only next year.

According to a Funcom review, Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy), Tatiana Shmayluk (Jinjer), and Mikael Stanne (Dark Tranquility) provide voices for Metal: Hellsinger, among others, where We Will Fight Hell Without a Name, with more or less rhythmic focus. The game, announced last June, quickly captured the imaginations of players and the press, the publisher said. Funcom sees it as an immersive and innovative way to incorporate music into the game, as the songs will be multi-layered. (Note in parentheses: Tetris Effect, or now Tetris Effect Connected, uses exactly the same method, and some elements can be heard in response to our gameplay. But that would be a technical detail…)

Each track has its own song and each track is divided into separate layers. It depends on our performance how many layers we will hear from at one time. At first there is only an atmospheric background, and in the end you can hear everything. There are many people in the game development team who previously worked on FPS. They include David Goldfarb, Creative Director, and Sheila Fixstrom, Responsible Producer. Goldfarb is the lead designer of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and Battlefield 3, respectively Payday 2 was the director.

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So we can forget about the start of this year’s Metal: Hellsinger (let’s say there’s not much time left in the year, and studios are out in mid-December because they won’t be working between Christmas and New Years), coming only to PlayStation 5 in 2022, for Xbox series and PC profile.

Source: jimatsu

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