Metal: Hellsinger is a hell of a rhythm game in which we’ll use the power of metal to destroy our enemies. So far, the game was only available for the PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series consoles; with reaching the 1 million players on consoles, developers have every reason to celebrate. In keeping with the milestone, the game is now also coming to the older generation of consoles. Since December 9th, players can also access PlayStation 4 and Xbox One come into the musical enjoyment of this devilish rhythm game. But even for players who have been around for a while, there is every reason to celebrate – with the latest update comes tons of free content!
Innovations with the 1.5 update
With the latest update, the developer is delivering a lot more for new and existing players Metal: Hellsinger. To rock the milestone even further, we’re getting new weapon skins, new combo attacks, and a demonic new difficulty that’ll make your life miserable. On top of that, you can now also download a digital art book for the game for free.
In addition to all the free goodies, there are also various bug fixes and quality-of-life improvements with the 1.5 update. The collectors among you should also be happy, because you can now return to levels you have already played in order to collect any collectibles that you may have missed.
For collecting so-called “Coat of Arms” you will be in Metal: Hellsinger also rewarded with in-game content. You can find them in every level and on every level of difficulty, unlocking new weapon skins. So if you want the complete set, you have to play all the levels on every difficulty. A good incentive to actually complete each level!
Metal: Hellsinger not on your screen yet?
In Metal: Hellsinger you play a nameless demon who has to slaughter her way out of hell. The whole thing is accompanied by a grandiose original soundtrack by metal greats like Serj Tankian (System of a Down), Alissa White-Gluz (Arch Enemy) and Randy Blythe (Lamb of God). You can read all about the curious rhythm game in our detailed test (here is the link to the test). We gave the game a hot rating of 9 out of 10. So it’s worth it!