Killer is Dead Coming To PC On May 23rd

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The PC version of Killer is Dead will be available on May 23rd, according to the game’s Steam page. (Thanks, Eurogamer) The PC version, titled Killer is Dead: Nightmare Edition, will have the following additional features:

 

  • A new Nightmare Mode difficulty, where enemies can only be defeated using Adrenaline Burst, Dodge Burst and Headshots. Final Judgement QTE finishers will be unavailable to the player as well.

 

  • Theater Mode, which lets you rewatch cutscenes and acquire extended background info on the game’s characters.

 

  • Smooth Operator DLC pack included, with X-Ray glasses, costumes and new mission.

 

Killer is Dead: Nightmare Edition is being published by Deep Silver.


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