Nordic Games and The Farm 51 (makers of the HD remake Painkiller Hell & Damnation) will be teaming up again for a secret project, the duo announced today. Details have yet to be released, but the publisher and developer say that their working relationship is “growing stronger.” Aw, bless.
“The Farm 51 has a great vision of what things should look like and they always exceed our expectations,” says Nordic Games’ Klemens Kreuzer.
The second of seven (yowser) DLC releases for Painkiller Hell & Damnation is available on Steam today. Dubbed “The Clock Strikes Meat Night” (now that’s the kind of tortured pun I can get behind,) it expands and adds to the single player and co-op campaign with a pair of new levels, as well as throwing in some new enemies (Loki, Ninja, Leper Monk) and weapons.
It’s priced at $7.00 USD.