Painkiller Hell and Damnation multiplayer Medieval Horror pack hits Steam today

The first multiplayer add-on expansion for first-person shooter Painkiller Hell and Damnation, Medieval Horror, will be available today on Steam for $3.99, developer Nordic Games announced.

The Medieval Horror pack will expand survival mode by allowing players to progress through maps as they would while playing co-op in campaign mode, and adds access to new environmental weapons and traps, including the Parcel Gun. Players can also try out a new Boss Audience survival mode type, the new Inhumator multiplayer map and three additional maps from 2004's original Painkiller remade in HD Chaos, Illuminati and Psycho.

Additionally, the pack adds two new boss battles, also available as multiplayer skins: the White Demon and Assassin Greed.

"We wanted to intensify the hellish experience for players and the Medieval pack certainly does that," Nordic Games production and business development manager Reinhard Pollice said in a press release. "The PC fans cannot get enough of the pain and are always asking us for more, so we wanted to give them exactly what they want."

Painkiller Hell and Damnation was released in October of last year for Windows PC. Check out the screenshots above for a closer look at the Medieval Horror DLC pack.

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