‘Painkiller’ remake shows off trailer, screenshots

Painkiller: Hell & Damnation, the Painkiller remake from The Farm 51 and Nordic Games, now has a viewable trailer. Several screenshots and concept art photos have also been released.

Painkiller: Hell & Damnation, the Painkiller remake from The Farm 51 and Nordic Games, now has a viewable trailer. Several screenshots and concept art photos have also been released.

The 43-second trailer reveals little about the remake, but fans of the original will recognize familiar tones. The original Painkiller, a first-person shooter, was released back in 2004 via studio People Can Fly and DreamCatcher Interactive. It starred Daniel Garner, a man trapped in Purgatory who hunts the forces of Hell. The remake was announced at this year's E3.

You can sign up for the PC beta now.


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