The highly anticipated “Evil Dead: The Game”, based on the classic “Devil’s Death” franchise, has won a new video showcasing the gameplay of the game.
In the video, it can be seen that the survivors will have a wide variety of weapons available to violently destroy the demons.
Containing both co-op and PvP modes, the game will release on PC, PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch in the second half of 2021.
“For the first time, the universe of ‘Demon’s Death’ connects in an electrifying experience with hero Ashley J. Williams. Team up with a team of four survivors, explore, create, control your fear, and find essential artifacts to bridge the divide between worlds. Or take control of powerful Kandarian demons to hunt Ash and his friends through Deadites, the weather, and even the survivors themselves as you devour their souls.
“Many surprises await in this bloody battle against evil that captures the humor, terror and spirit of the franchise. Jump into action at memorable locations, including the infamous Forest Cabin, and discover more of 25 types of weapons.
Bruce Campbell will return as the iconic Ash.
The game will also feature the return of Dana DeLorenzo (Kelly Maxwell from ‘Ash vs. Evil Dead’), Ray Santiago (Pablo), Marcus Gilbert (Arthur from ‘A Crazy Night 3’) and Richard DeManincor (Scotty, from the original ‘Death of the Devil’).
It should be remembered that a new film in the “Devil’s Death” franchise, titled “Evil Dead Rise”, is in development.
The plot will follow two distant sisters, played by Alyssa Sutherland and Lily Sullivan, whose reunion is interrupted when demons are unleashed, putting them in a paramount battle for survival as they face off against the most terrifying version of a family. imaginable.
Filming for the new film is scheduled for late 2021 in New Zealand.
Lee Cronin (‘he Hole in the Ground’) will be responsible for the staging.
Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell, director and star of the original trilogy respectively, will produce the new version.
In 2013, famous filmmaker Fede Alvarez invested in a remake that raised $ 100 million worldwide on a budget of $ 16 million. In addition, it has secured a strong reception from specialist critics, racking up 62% positive reviews in Rotten Tomatoes.
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