May 27, 2017 Last Updated 11:41 AM, May 27, 2017

Victor Vran: Overkill Edition Gets Release Date

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Release Date announced, alongside new trailer and full details on Motörhead: Through The Ages. Developed in Collaboration with the Legendary Band, New Heavy Metal Expansion to Feature Motörhead Soundtrack, Three Action-Packed Worlds, New Weapon Types, and More.

In partnership with developer Haemimont Games, Wired Productions confirmed May 30 as the release date for Victor Vran: Overkill Edition. Content is to feature the upcoming expansions, Fractured Worlds and Motörhead: Through the Ages, which will also be available separately.

In addition, Haemimont Games and Wired Productions also revealed full details of the Motörhead: Through the Ages expansion. Initiated back in 2014 and developed in collaboration with all three band members, a rock infused new trailer jams alongside today’s announcement, giving prospective players a glimpse at the new enhancements slated to arrive with Motörhead: Through the Ages.

Haemimont Games and Wired Products described the expansion as follows.

Motörhead: Through the Ages is a wild tour through the mythos of the loudest band in the world. Harness the powers of the immortal Motörhead to defeat frightening new enemies in three demon-infested worlds intertwined with the songs of the band, and heavily inspired by Motörhead's lyrics and attitude.

Enter the Wörld of Wars, the Weird West and the Dark Ages. Bring the fight to the evil oppressors of these worlds – the Preacher, the Führer and the Queen of the Damned – and end their unsettling agendas to bring the mighty Snaggletooth back to life with the help of Lemmy and Lloyd Kaufman! This fully-scoped addition is suitable for newcomers to the Victor Vranseries, veteran demon hunters and Motörheadbangers alike.

Key Features of Motörhead: Through the Ages to include.

- Rock out to fan-favorite Motörhead tracks like they’ve never been heard before: activate Monuments of Rock to experience unwoven instrumentals from the band’s original studio recordings, then defeat hammering waves of monsters to complete the song and earn exciting new treasures, weapons, and abilities;

- Explore three entirely new worlds inspired by Motörhead’s music, attitude and album covers;

- Unleash eight new Motörhead themed demon powers – smash foes with the Iron Fist, blast baddies with the Deaf Forever Amp, call in the Bomber, and more;

- Slay with style in three new outfits based on band members Lemmy, Phil and Mikkey;

- Dispatch demons with the new Revolver and Guitar weapon types;

- Collect 20 new Destiny Cards that augment any demon hunter’s destructive abilities;

- Take on new bosses including the Corrupted War Pig, Orgasmatron, and the Queen of the Damned;

- Follow an exciting and often shocking storyline about war, religion and greed;

- Starring world renowned actor, director and living legend Lloyd Kaufman.

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