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Viscerafest second content Update releases

viscerafest second content update releases on linux and windows pc

Viscerafest second content Update releases on Linux and Windows PC. Which is due to the work and creativity of both Acid Man Games and Fire Plant Games. Available on Steam Early Access, GOG, and Humble Store. Along with 93% Very Positive reviews.

Viscerafest, the sci-fi fantasy arena retro FPS will blow fans away with its freshly released second Early Access update. This also doubles the amount of adrenaline-fueled frenzied action. It even brings their adventures to Earth.

Chapter 2 progresses the story of the bloodthirsty romantic Caroline. While raising the stakes greatly. Will you risk the entire universe for your love?

Viscerafest – Chapter 2 Content Update Trailer

Chapter 2 (Early Access Content Update #2) Features:

  • The entirety of chapter 2 and its hub contains 7 levels
  • 8 new enemy types
  • 2 New weapons in Viscerafest
  • You can now customize your loadout when replaying levels
  • Reworked Drones
  • Various enemy, weapon, and UI sprite reworks
  • Various balancing tweaks and bugfixes

The complete list of changes can be found here.
Viscerafest Chapter 2 raises the stakes in the story to a whole new level. While bringing more areas, more weapons, more carnage, definitely more viscera. Maybe even more fest than ever before! And wait until you meet Hampter.

Viscerafest is a sci-fi fantasy single player arena FPS where you take the role of Caroline. She is a bloodthirsty, psychopathic mercenary who wants nothing more than to marry her wonderful boyfriend Athens Fetter. Problem is, money’s tight, and rings aren’t exactly cheap. But luckily there may be hope for her yet. As a warlock named Cromune has acquired a rather hefty bounty on his head.

Viscerafest second content Update is available now. Also discounted 15% on both Steam Early Access and GOG until April 4th. Regular price on Humble Store. Regular price is $14.99 USD / €14.99 EUR, with the full launch planned for Fall 2022. With support for both Linux and Windows PC.