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Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Developer: Toadman Studios
Release Date: Summer 2024

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'EvilvEvil' Is A Vampiric Co-Op FPS Coming To PS5, Xbox Series X|S And PC This Summer, Closed Beta In March - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on Feb. 8, 2024 @ 2:21 p.m. PST

EvilVEvil is a classic three-player, horde co-op game with a small twist to the core design: the player is not the one being hunted.

In EvilVEvil players will become an ancient powerful vampire awoken from their long slumber. They are members of The Order of the Dragon; divinely ordained protectors against Zagreus – an all-powerful evil hell-bent on consuming the essence of humanity to make him into the most powerful being in the universe. The only way to fight evil is to become evil, so players must give in to their vampiric urges, and cause bloody Armageddon across EvilVEvil’s rich story campaign, which features 11 episodic missions for 1 to 3 players.

As players cut a bloody path through their victims, artifacts and weapon mods are unlocked, allowing players to adapt their play style and become more powerful in their unholy battle against the forces of evil. But battling Zagreus’ legions isn’t the only thing to consider. Players are rewarded for being the most destructive killing machine and must compete to see who can be the most deadly while fighting through hordes of challenging enemies.

EvilVEvil launches with three playable characters. Mashaka, who surprises his enemies with a teleport ability, then scorches them with his fire magic; Leon the juggernaut, who chains enemies, pulling them towards a devastating fate; and Victoria, the leader of the team, who can send out copies of herself to hunt down enemies and then slice them apart with her deadly katana. 

EvilVEvil is the ultimate power fantasy, a game which dramatically shifts expectations within this genre and allows players to become the hunter instead of the hunted,” said Ola Nilsson, CEO at Toadman Interactive. “We can’t wait for players to join us on this bloody journey.”

A closed beta is scheduled to begin on March 1, giving players an early look at EvilVEvil’s frenetic and bloody combat. Registration details for the closed beta are available on the Steam page.

Key Features:

  • Unveil the Dark Conspiracy: Immerse yourself in a gripping narrative as you unravel the sinister machinations of Zagreus' fanatical followers. Every mission brings you closer to the heart of evil, where you'll confront the ultimate threat to humanity.
  • Blood-Pumping Co-Op Action: Join forces with up to two fellow vampires in adrenaline-fueled battles against the forces of darkness. Or take on the cult alone and prove your prowess as the ultimate vampire.
  • Unleash Your Inner Evil: Dive into a selection of diabolical vampires, each with their own unique playstyle and abilities. From assassin, to berserker, to arcanist, choose the vampire that best suits your preferred method of hunting.
  • Forge Your Own Legend: Craft your perfect vampire warrior by enhancing their strengths and shoring up their weaknesses with a diverse array of powerful artifacts. Mold your character to fit your preferred style of combat and dominate the battlefield.
  • Arm Yourself For Battle: Equip yourself with an arsenal of deadly weapons, from modern firearms to ancient relics of the night. Whether you favor the rapid-fire chaos of an SMG or the elegant precision of a revolver, the choice is yours.
  • Harness Unholy Power: Take customization to the next level by modding your weapons with an extensive selection of upgrades. From explosive rounds to vampiric life-steal, tailor your arsenal to suit your preferred method of destruction.

EvilVEvil is coming to PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC (Steam) in Summer 2024 at $19.99.

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