Uncle Daniel wants you; to prove your Painkilling potential


Painkiller Hell and Damnation is about to get a lot more interactive. In early April the team at Farm51 will be releasing a beta Mod-kit through the steam workshop.

This opportunity for modders to truly explore the creative depths of their minds and souls will mean they can create their own experience with the game and share this with others.

To get more information and sign up please use the link below.


This will be open for PC users.

But for those Mac and Linux users out there the good news is Painkiller will be coming to you in the next few months.

The support Painkiller is recieving is further emphasised by Nordic Games

“As well as launching the Mod-Kit, we are working to provide regular updates and further improvements to the existing content and framework.” said Reinhard Pollice, Business & Product Development Director at Nordic Games. “We’re also working to port good old Daniel Garner to Linux and Mac this April/May.”

“The Mod Kit is a great tool that we want to make available for the Painkiller and its modding community. When you look at the history of video games, specifically at the mod-history in the FPS and RTS department, a serious proportion of big names originally come from exactly that community,” said Philipp Brock, PR and Marketing at Nordic Games. “Our best interest is to make all tools available for the collective creative potential of the Painkiller community.”

This kind of support is a welcome addition to what is already a great title.

Paul Fiander


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