The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut is the last part of a trilogy that will be released on September 23, 2015. It is an action-RPG that is very loosely based on the infamous monster hunter from the Bram Stoker’s Novel, Dracula. The first release was released 2 years ago in the year 2013, and the sequels have followed annually after that.
The ARPG style is reminiscent to Blizzard’s own Diablo line of games. It has an isometric view on the character and his/her surrounding view. Battle style is also similar to that of the Diablo games, but do note that it is not a direct copy of Blizzard’s videogame. There are some things that are unique to the Van Helsing games that will still draw in various gamers. While it is clear right out of the bat that it won’t be able to threaten Diablo’s crown in the isometric action-RPG style of gaming, it will still be able to deliver a solid gaming experience.
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut Will be Released on September 23
Developer NeoCore Games has just recently announced that The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut will be released next week. While not an entirely new experience, players will still be drawn to the aesthetics and the (unique) storyline of the videogame. It is a repackaging of an old tale with a number of big changes from its previous titles while not hurting the overall feel of the entire genre.
NeoCore explains in an original announcement that new installment for The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing will merge the campaign modes for all the three games. This takes away with the redundant stuff, and it will also add more new and exciting quests into the mix. This creates an epic and an equally long single player campaign mode. There is still the inclusion of the tower defense parts of the videogame, but they are all optional now. However, these modes are still very rewarding, the game developer says. The game can be played by taking control of one of six playable classes. The maximum level attainable for a character is level 80 and the game promises over 50 hours of gameplay to reach that height. However, there is also a Glory system wherein players are able to level their characters to up to level 100 and even beyond. There are various multiplayer modes, daily quests, and even weekly events. The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut was just announced earlier this July and will be listed on Steam soon.