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 Dec 01, 2004 - 10:00 AM - by Michael
* Painkiller Expansion In Stores

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Dreamcatcher sends word that the Battle out of Hell expansion for Painkiller is now in stores.

Toronto, Canada - December 1, 2004 - DreamCatcher Games today announced Painkiller: Battle Out Of Hell is available for Windows? at retailers across North America.

Painkiller: Battle Out Of Hell offers numerous features to intensify enjoyment of this critically acclaimed shooter. The Expansion Pack includes 10 massive single player levels in an additional single-player chapter, as well as new multiplayer modes, maps and models. It will also offer an amplified arsenal of un-deadly weapons, bigger and badder bosses and the map editor Software Development Kit.

?We?re very excited to release Painkiller: Battle Out of Hell,? said Brian Gladman, Global Brand Manager at DreamCatcher Games. ?This is an important next step for our incredible flagship franchise.?

An unadulterated shooting spree, Painkiller boasts truly inspired graphics and some of the most menacing level bosses ever seen. Utilizing the impressive Havok 2.0 physics engine, this game continues to achieve new heights of physics-based gameplay while the proprietary 3D "PAIN engine? pumps out an unbelievably high polygon count, incredible texture quality and the latest lighting and shadowing techniques.

Developed by People Can Fly, Painkiller: Battle Out of Hell is rated ?M? for Mature. Download the Painkiller demo at An Xbox? version of Painkiller is planned for 2005. Painkiller is the Official tournament game of the CPL $1,000,000 2005 World Tour.
We've done a few previous listings of the game, with some nifty screenshots; Gallery 1, Gallery 2, Gallery 3

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