Van Helsing Explains What Makes His Next Adventure Even More Incredible


NeocoreGames has released a cool overview trailer in which the monster slayer extraordinaire Van Helsing himself talks about the new features that make his upcoming action-RPG, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II, so damn incredible. Neocore is stuffing this sequel with so many upgrades it’ll make your head spin. The game will have a higher level cap, three character classes, an expanded tower defense mode, 8-player PvP battle royales, deeper crafting systems, and a whole lot more. Just watch the video:

Or if you prefer reading to watching trailers, Neocore condensed the key points into text form. Here are the bullet points with accompanying screenshots:

Resistance Management: As their commander, you can give orders to three Resistance captains and send them on various missions. As they progress with their quests, they gather experience and collect loot.


The Chimera: The Chimera is a powerful beast from the Ink that you can summon in dire situations or send the beast on hunting trips to collect valuable treasure, but beware: you should never let it get hungry.


Extended Journal: A hunter with so many assignments needs a journal to keep track of his quests, allies and the beasts he has already defeated once.


Trophy Hall: Any self-respecting hunter enjoys the sight of his hard-earned trophies. They also grant you unique bonuses – but remember: each trophy gives some advantage to your enemies as well!


Improved Tower Defense: You can easily build various traps with devious upgrades that will defend your Lair against hordes of enemies on seven different Tower-defense maps.


Runecrafting System: It’s time to spice up your arcane knowledge with Runecrafting, which allows you to enhance or build powerful new equipment.


Improved Enchanting: Enchanting has become even more powerful with tons of new options to customize your enchantments and the appearance of your items.


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