Painkiller Hell & Damnation's second add-on available now, five more on the way

Painkiller Hell & Damnation's second DLC pack, The Clock Strikes Meat Night, launched today for $6.99, and developer The Farm 51 is working on five more add-ons, the studio and publisher Nordic Games announced today.

Nordic Games and The Farm 51 are also working together on an unannounced new project, they said today.

The Clock Strikes Meat Night contains one new single-player map and expansions of two existing maps, as well as new enemies, characters and weapons. The Farm 51 also expanded Hell & Damnation's single-player and co-op gameplay, adding secret areas and increasing the enemy variety.

Over the course of the next year, The Farm 51 plans to develop five additional pieces of DLC for Hell & Damnation. The game's first DLC pack, Medieval Horror, was released last month.

"The working relationship between ourselves and The Farm 51 is growing stronger and we're dedicated in providing content that players can really get their teeth into," said Klemens Kreuzer, managing director of Nordic Games, in a press release announcing the upcoming content.

Painkiller Hell & Damnation, a remake of People Can Fly's Painkiller, launched on Windows PC last fall. It is set for release April 5 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. You can pick up The Clock Strikes Meat Night on Steam, and check out some screenshots of the DLC above.

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