Metal Hellsinger mods will let you add your own custom music

Metal Hellsinger mods might not be too far off, as Funcom has confirmed that the rhythmic FPS game will add the ability to customize the game’s music to suit your own style in future updates.

Metal Hellsinger is unlike any game I have ever seen before. Pushing players in the guise of The Unknown, a female demonic entity with a heck of a chip on her shoulder, you rip through the many guttural grunt rings of hell from metal icons like Trivium’s Matt Heafy and Alyssa White-Gluz from ‘Arch Enemy.

The music is the blackened heart and soul of the game, as exploding your head to the beat will increase your rage multiplier and, in turn, add new layers to the song playing in the background.

What if you could add your own music to the game? Whether it’s your own or cues from some of metal’s greatest anthems, it looks like Funcom is looking to let you rock the Metal Hellsinger soundtrack in the near future.

In a September 15 TweeterFuncom reveals that mod support will be coming to PC, allowing players to add their own music projects to the game.

“Let’s destroy the heavens. Soon on PC. Support for custom music modding. Free hell. AT YOUR pace.

Since the game has a set soundtrack that doesn’t change if you replay levels, the fact that you can add your own music in the future not only increases the replayability but also the fun factor. After all, you have to go through old levels again and again, so why not change the soundtrack (and, therefore, the whole gameplay) a bit?

To me, having In Waves exploding in the background as I rip through the Red Judge’s Legions feels like an absolute dream – so hopefully that update drops sooner rather than later!

Until then, however, you can check out the Metal Hellsinger system requirements to see if your PC can handle the metal. Also, if you’re already playing, be sure to check out the best rhythm games on PC if you like to kill to the rhythm.

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