Painkiller: Hell & Damnation - Operation Zombie Bunker DLC

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Third party DRM: Steam

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Customer notes

Requires Painkiller: Hell & Damnation (base game) to use this DLC

Description

Daniel is pulled into a world more despicable than you can imagine. The evil demonic forces throw him into a chaotic and insane military world. American, Russian, German military forces of different eras all blend together to form one gigantic army-themed nightmare…


Key Features:

  • New map: The Bunker (a dark air raid shelter complex in the 1940s) including a new boss-fight against one nasty red-coloured skull

  • Reworked map: In Stalingrad (former “Leningrad”), it is on! Inbound airstrikes, airplanes, and Zeppelins firebombs our hero, and even deploy Zombie Soldiers from above!

  • Area 51 and Cold War will hit you hard in the reworked map “Military Base” – Space Commandos, UFO boss fight, nuclear missiles

  • Two new rocket launchers

  • One new Multiplayer map: Fragenstein, playable in various Multiplayer modes

  • New enemies: Russian, American, and German Zombie Soldiers as well as their tanks!

  • New melee weapon: The “Morgenstern” - Smite your enemies with its spiky ball at short distances, or deploy sticky mines to battle from afar.

  • New Silver Tarot card: Armor Regeneration (recharging your collected armor)

Customer reviews

83

Zombie Soldiers!

Azrael360 | Nov. 5, 2015 | See all Azrael360's reviews »

Offering a military theme, the DLC #3: Operation "Zombie Bunker" is better suited for players who play and like the campaign. It offers a good amount of new content for its price. Includes expanded levels and a new big level: The Bunker, with new enemies that include zombie soldiers from the World War II, very similar to what was seen in NecroVision... but better, as expected from this Painkiller game. It also includes a few new weapons. You can find the new levels in the Campaign menu, in the DLC Levels section. It's a good DLC for a great game, with all the known over-the-top action from the series. A really good deal, don't miss it.

84

The Best DLC so far

lehemake | May 31, 2013 | See all lehemake's reviews »

This 3rd DLC, a zombie army themed mini-campaign, consists of two reworked maps and an entirely new map, The Bunker, which gives a nice challenge and feels like an original map. The Farm 51 has done a good work though there are some minor bugs and the Military Base map could have been reworked better, at least graphically. There's a lot to kill and the maps are large enough including many secrets. The new armor regeneration tarot card is useful but not as good as health stealer card from DLC2. The new melee weapon "morgenstern" is very powerful but using it tends to be suicidal at higher difficulties. There's a good amount of playing time especially if you want to find every secret. I recommend this DLC to any fan of PKHD!