Victor Vran: Overkill Edition comes to the Xbox One later this year
Microsoft recently announced the release of Victor Vran: Overkill Edition for the Xbox One and according to the company, you can expect two brand new expansions to be integrated into the game.
One is the Fractured Worlds expansion, which puts an ethereal spin on the Victor Vran plot and promises an immersive experience for those who enjoyed the original game. The action takes place in a world built from other broken worlds and danger will be at an all-time high. You will once again take the scene as Victor the demon hunter in an attempt to re-assemble the Astrolable.
Then we have the Motorhead: Through the Ages expansion officially endorsed by Motorhead and featuring the rock gods in-game.
What if I already own Victor Vran? Do I have to buy the game all over again?
No. If you already have the base experience, you can simply purchase the two expansions individually. The ability to buy them as standalone products is great because it prevents players from spending unnecessary money. If you are in the reverse situation and want just the base experience, you can buy that one as well just as easily.
Players who already own the game on Windows PC will be able to purchase the Fractured Worlds and Motörhead: Through the Ages expansion packs separately, as will players who wish to purchase the standalone game digitally on consoles.
When does it come out?
All we know is that Overkill Edition will be arriving sometime this year. Other than the fact that it has 2017 in it, we can’t provide much information regarding the release date for the moment. More information will soon follow, however, so stay tuned.
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