Evil Dead: The Game video offers a look at single player mode

Last Updated on March 29, 2022

Evil Dead: The Game is scheduled to be released on May 13th, and a newly unveiled video offers a glimpse at the game’s bonus single player missions, which are said to “pay homage to classic Evil Dead scenes and lore”. The video also shows off how players can boost performance with NVIDIA DLSS… But I’m not a gamer, so I don’t know what that is. The video is cool anyway. You can check it out at the bottom of this article.

As described by Boss Team Games, Evil Dead: The Game is

the blood soaked co-op and PVP experience you’ve been waiting for. Step into the shoes of iconic horror hero Ash Williams (voiced once again by Bruce Campbell himself!) or join up to three of your friends in an over-the-top melee-shooter featuring wild weapons and crazy characters that only Evil Dead could cook up. You can also play as the vile Kandarian Demon and haunt the world in spirit form to terrorize survivors, spawning Deadites and controlling items throughout the environment! You can even possess players and control their characters while they fight to save their souls!

Evil Dead: The Game‘s voice cast includes Bruce Campbell as Ash Williams, Ray Santiago and Dana DeLorenzo from Ash vs. Evil Dead as their characters Pablo and Kelly, Marcus Gilbert as Lord Arthur from Army of Darkness, and Ellen Sandweiss and Richard DeManincor (a.k.a. Hal Delrich) as their characters Cheryl and Scott from the original The Evil Dead, with “special appearances” by The Evil Dead‘s Betsy Baker and Theresa Tilly (a.k.a. Sarah York).

The game will be available to play on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. The game is the result of a collaboration between Saber Interactive, Boss Team Games, Renaissance Pictures, STUDIOCANAL, MGM, and Lionsgate.

I have only played a handful of games in the last twenty years, but I’m really looking forward to giving Evil Dead: The Game a try, especially this single player mode.

Source: NVIDIA

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