Painkiller: Hell & Damnation Invites Players to Beta Testing Purgatory

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Man, it’s hard to believe the Painkiller franchise is still going strong. No matter how many other first-person shooters come along, it just keeps on trucking, never ceasing to entertain with its gargantuan bosses and fast-paced, physics-heavy running and gunning through hell.

The next installment, Hell & Damnation, is coming up fast, sights set on throwing back to the hardcore spirit of the original game, augmented by a gorgeous new Unreal Engine 3 sheen. If you want a chance to get in on the horror-shooter fun, plug in your email address at the game’s official website to sign up for the newsletter and register for a potential invite to the closed beta test. Also keep regular tabs on the Painkiller forums and Facebook page for periodic beta key “blitz giveaways.”

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Should you make it into the beta, you’ll be able to unleash hell in one level per available game mode, including Single Player, Network Co-op, Survival, Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch and Capture the Flag.

Still not interested? Take a gander at the new screenshots scattered about this page, and I bet you’ll be begging for a beta key in no time flat.

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