Hanbitsoft is working on a new game based on Hellgate: London that will bring the futuristic shooter to single player virtual reality. According to MMOCulture, Hanbitsoft is creating a focus testing group to give Hellgate: London VR a go on both consoles and PC. The game is being developed using the Unreal Engine 4 with players taking on the demon invasion in an effort to protect Templar Jessica Sumerisle during events that take place prior to the original game's timeline.
The latest Hellgate multiplayer project, London 2038, developer diary has been published. In it, the team discusses what it has been working on over the last several weeks including making the pre-alpha more stable. Several significant bugs have yet to be worked out before the game goes into full alpha. Of particular note, however, is the monetization, or in this case lack of one, that will be utilized when London 2038 goes live.
It appears that a team is making promising headway on a revival of the multiplayer aspect of Hellgate. Since the revelation that such a project was underway earlier this year, the team has made such significant progress to being the multiplayer aspect to life that the first in a series of developer diaries has been published.
It appears that dead isn't always dead with the revival of Hellgate on mobile devices. Now known as Hellgate: London FPS, the game quietly released on Google Play last week with no fanfare whatsoever. Hanbitsoft, most recent owner of the PC online version, closed the game not long ago only to bring it back for portable demon slaying.
Redbana Corp. has started a Steam Greenlight campaign for Hellgate that will see the game relisted on the game portal including the Tokyo expansion. Hellgate was taken over by Redbana after Namco ceased operations in 2009. According to the Steam information, the title will, if successful in Greenlight, as Hellgate Global.
T3Fun has announced the new events for Hellgate players that will happen during the month of May. The Daily Hunt and Level Rush events make a return. In addition, the team will be implementing a series of weekend sales on items of interest to players.
The Hellgate Global team has announced a whopping nine events for the month of February. Among other things, players will see Hell Rush and Daily Hunts return to the game.
The Hellgate team has sent out an interesting info-graphic showing off some statistics from 2011. The image shows the character class most created and much more. In addition, the team has let slip some of their plans for the upcoming year.
In our latest review, we take a look at Hellgate Global. For those unaware, Hellgate Global originally began as Hellgate: London before developer Flagship Studios went out of business. Resurrected by T3 Entertainment and Hanbitsoft, Hellgate Global is experiencing great success. Find out why in our review and then let us know what you think in the comments.