It has previously released on PC, Nintendo Switch and, more recently, PS4, but today it’s all about combining the metal music madness of Valfaris with Xbox One.
Available to purchase and download on Xbox One, Valfaris follows on from the cult hit Slain: Back From Hell, to see the heavy metal gaming fans across the globe sorted once more for action. And as our review states ‘if Slain was like a debut metal album with raw imperfections, then Valfaris on Xbox One is that second chart-topping album with stronger production values.’.
Priced up at £20.99, with a small launch discount dropping this metal god down to £18.99 in the initial phase, Valfaris certainly looks to have a lot about it, and for that rather reasonable price tag, should become hugely tempting to many.
With a huge world to explore, tons of run and gun activities to take in, and many, many, bosses and foes to decimate, if you’re looking for something to follow on from Slain, or just want to head into space to take on some gaming gore, then Valfaris is the game that provides it.
Key features include:
- Skulls in space! Gore in space! Metal in space!
- Savagely reduce foes to piles of gibs with an array of brutal weaponry
- Explore a diverse range of tainted environments as you venture ever deeper into the dark world of Valfaris
- Dominate ranks of deadly enemies and bosses, from the weird to the grotesque (and some that are just grotesquely weird)
- Gorge your eyes on devastatingly awesome pixel art hand-crafted by Andrew Gilmour
- Feel the power of a seismic soundtrack by extreme metaller and former Celtic Frost guitarist, Curt Victor Bryant
- Forged from the ground-up by the team behind cult hit Slain: Back From Hell
Want to know more? Our full review of Valfaris on Xbox One is up and live, ready for your perusal. Make sure you check it out, and then ensure you head to the Xbox Store to grab your download.
Let us know what you think of the game once you’ve had the chance to check it out. Do you agree with our review? Is Valfaris as good as Slain?
After mysteriously vanishing from galactic charts, the fortress of Valfaris has suddenly reappeared in the orbit of a dying sun. Once a self-contained paradise, the grandiose citadel now plays host to an ever-growing darkness. Therion, a fearless and proud son of Valfaris, returns to his home to uncover the truth of its doomed fate and to challenge the arcane evil at its very heart.