Get your headbanging skills in order, as we have a date that we can finally get all-in on with Metal: Hellsinger. There was a suspicion that we were going to be seeing it some time around the start of Fall and The Outsiders have not failed us all on that. Those looking to get Metal: Hellsinger on the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, or PC can now mark down September 15th as the date to get into it all. You can also just pre-order the game now to make sure it will download to your system and truly make sure you are not going to miss out. You can even go one step further with the other announcement that has come along with all of this too…
The next part to all of this is for those that are still on the fence for Metal: Hellsinger based on just the videos and music alone. You can now head out there and download a demo of the game on all of the aforementioned platforms to give it a bit of a go to see if it is going to hit just as hard as some of the videos have already. I have a feeling that it will, but since it is downloading for me right now, I will know much better for Metal: Hellsinger in very short order. have a look and see about getting in on the demo before the game fully launches out there.
Metal: Hellsinger — Public Demo & Release Date
On September 15, become the song of vengeance itself as the Unknown, as you hunt for the Red Judge, lord of the Hells. Metal: Hellsinger can be wishlisted on Steam and is available for pre-order now on PlayStation 5, and Xbox X|S, with a 48-hour Early Access pre-order bonus.
Players across the world can now groove to the killer beat of Alissa White-Glüz’s vocals in the demo level and chase that leaderboard high score. The best way to understand Metal: Hellsinger is to experience the pulsating gameplay firsthand, and now everyone can! Blast through the Hells, shooting, dashing, and performing takedowns on time to the thunderous beat of a searing original soundtrack by composer duo Two Feathers, performed by some of metal music’s most celebrated contemporary vocalists.
Have you been looking forward to Metal: Hellsinger since the start or will the demo be the point that gets you all in? Do you like all of the artists we have here now or do you hope to see a few more down the line? Will this be the title that truly gets this style of gameplay done right? Give us all of your thoughts on this and everything else down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. We will keep sharing more for Metal: Hellsinger as we get it all. Just keep a close eye on the site for all of those updates and much more.