Metal Hellsinger promises to take the action-packed nature of games such as DOOM and place them in a rhythm-based shooter. But when is the Metal Hellsinger release date? And where can you go to get a Metal Hellsinger Pre Order?
We’re here to tell you everything that you need to know about the game including the artists featured in the title. Rock on and keep on your toes in a boomer shooter that has the soundtrack to back it up, and gameplay that’ll have you constantly aching for more, and just aching in general from playing the game for too long.
Metal Hellsinger is currently slated for release later this year, September 15th, 2022. As you can see from the action-packed trailer above (and read in our preview!), the game itself takes the traditional gameplay loop from first-person shooters and makes it much more metal.
This is DOOM, if DOOM’s soundtrack had lyrics that kicked in when you hit a certain combo level. That’s right if you’re not good enough at the game you’re liable to not even hear half of the tracks that it has to offer, meaning that you have to practice if you want to be the best you can be.
The game itself is only scheduled for release on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PlayStation 5 and PC Via Steam, but there’s a demo of the first level currently available on all platforms for any players who want to experience this wonderful game for themselves.
Take a deep breath and prepare to have your mind blown by the sheer quality of the artists featured in this game.
- Tatiana Shmayluk of Jinjer – Burial at night.
- Bjorn Strid of Soilwork – Dissolution.
- Matt Heafy of Trivium – This Devastation.
- Mikael Stanne of Dark Tranquillity – Through You, This Is The End, Blood And Law.
- Serj Tankian of System of a Down – No Tomorrow.
- Dennis Lyxen of Refused and Invsn – Silent No More.
- Randy Blythe of Lamb of God – Acheron.
- Alissa White-Gluz of Arch Enemy – Stygia.
- James Dorton of Black Crown Initiate & Replacire – Poetry of Cinder.
As you can see, there’s some MAJOR metal representation here. Serj Tankian alone would be enough to get any System Of A Down fan onboard, but combined with the likes of Matt Heafy (Trivium), Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God) and Alissa White-Gluz (Arch-Enemy), it’s just too good a proposition for any fan of the hellish genre to turn down.
Sadly the game is only available digitally currently, with no signs of a potential physical release. Still, you can currently get a Metal Hellsinger pre order digitally at the following places:
Don’t forget to also download the demo from each of these storefronts so you can rock out across multiple different platforms and prepare yourself for the release of the full game later this year!