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Hellbound’s Free Flying Souls Update Adds New Level

Hellbound

Saibot Studios have released the large Flying Souls update for their retro-inspired FPS, Hellbound.

The new update adds a fifth campaign level, consisting of around 20 minutes of new content. This new level is set on a giant floating island, and features 10 new secrets and the Pygon, a new flying enemy.

The update also adds a new and updated version of the Survival Mode scenario that the developers released for free back in 2018 to act as a demo and build interest for the full game.

You can read more about the update here, and find the trailer for it below.

You can find thr rundown (via Steam) below:

In this fast-paced First Person Shooter, you’ll be fighting in Hell against unspeakable evils. It’s a GROTESQUE game focused on action, speed, gore, and metal music.

Kill demons, find secret items, strafe-jump a lot, and of course… shoot some Big F**king Guns!

Looking for a deep story? You came to the wrong place!

Incarnate Hellgore with the strong voice of talent Artie Widgery. Hellgore is a huge bada** and a tortured soul, looking for vengeance against the creatures that massacred his people.

Use an arsenal of rusty metals, burnt flesh, and bones, as weapons that have been constructed with one single purpose: TO KILL THEM ALL! You’ll be kicking a**es while listening to the soundtrack composed by the great David Levill, with invited artists Federico Ágreda “Zardonic” and Christian Fernando Perucchi.

Taking things back to the basics…

Play a game inspired by ’90s classics like DOOM, Quake, and Duke Nukem 3D. Enjoy non-stop action and gameplay without interruptions. The only things you can do is shoot, kill, move fast, and perform minimal interactions with the environment such as opening doors, pressing buttons, and finding secret locations.

YOU BETTER BE F****ING READY!

Hellbound is available on Windows PC via Steam. If you missed it, you can find our review here.

Image: Steam

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