Devolver Digital Announces High Hell, A Door And Drug Busting Shooter

High Hell

Publisher Devolver Digital has announced their new game titled High Hell. It is a First Person Shooter game developed by the collaboration of Terri Vellmann the creator of Heavy Bullets and Doseone who has made awesome soundtracks for various games like Enter the Gungeon and Samurai Gunn.

No details have been announced yet but the youtube description of the game does reveal that you will be fighting underground drug lord by dropping your wrath upon them with ridiculous weapons and sick movements.

Descend upon the criminal underground with an absurdly large gun and bring lethal salvation to those that have fallen from the light. Righteous fury and fancy footwork are crucial to survive an escalating, absurd series of outlandish missions. Pop brainwashed chimps, deface corporate effigies, and dismantle the business dealings of the unrepentant cartel in a vibrant remix of the classic first-person shooter.

Check out the trailer below

The brief gameplay trailer looks fun and amazing the kicking of doors like a badass hero and killing of every villain inside looks like an FPS version of Hotline Miami. the gameplay, in particular, seems to be similar to Strafe which was recently remade by Devolver and also the paint brush type art style reminds of XIII an old FPS game.

In the game, you will be making striking entrances and killing various types of enemies like smart looking chimps, human dogs, masked goons and giant robot bosses. the ultimate goal is to destroy the drug labs and burn huge piles of money.

Terriv revealed on Twitter that the game will be present at the PAX West. although it is known if the game will be playable or will be just put up for display.

Currently, no announcement has been made regarding the release date but according to Terriv’s Twitter account, the game will be releasing soon. the game will be releasing on PC via steam. more details will be coming up soon once the devs update the steam page and the Official Website.