Doug Cockle, the voice actor known from The Witcher series, talked about his role on Victor Vran and gave a glance about the upcoming Overkill Edition. This will not only bring the game to consoles on June 6th, but will also add the long-awaited expansion based on Motörhead, Through the Ages, alongside the new DLC called Fractured Worlds.

Through the Ages is looking to add a lot more content into the game, while also illustrating every piece of the environment in a very Motörhead way; even Lemmy Kilmister, the band’s lead vocalist, appears as an NPC. In addition, Lloyd Kaufman (director, producer, screenwriter, actor) the co-founder of Troma Entertainment has a role in the game that looks to aid players as they venture into the new three worlds. Fractured Worlds serves more as an expansion for Victor Vran’s story. Additions to the game include increasing the level cap up to 60, randomly generated dungeons and the addition of Talismans – a new item that changes both the attributes and the visuals of our hero.

After being immortalized as Geralt of Rivia’s voice, Doug Cockle decided to put the Witcher profession to one side in order to participate as the voice of Victor in Victor Vran. The original game came out on July 24th, 2015, and he has been involved in the upcoming DLCs since then. While not being a big fan of Motörhead himself, he was very curious about the mix and the involvement of both the band and Kaufman, changing the entire shape and feel of the game.

As for the new content, Through the Ages brings new Destiny Cards (items that grant unique abilities and movements), two weapon classes (Guitars and Revolvers), bosses, music and the possibility of slaying demons with a power slide. Victor Vran DLC Voice Actor 2

Both Through the Ages and Fractured Worlds will be able to purchase on June 6th, and will be included in the physical version of the game that will be distributed by THQ Nordic. Victor Vran: Overkill Edition will be available for SRP £34.99 on PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One at the same date. If you want to know more about the game before its release, you can visit both the official wiki and the recently updated website. Lastly, don’t forget to say hi to Haemimont Games on Twitter.

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Diego Argüello
Journalism student, frustrated bassist and Scott Pilgrim worshipper. I wanted to leave a mark in the world, so I became a writer. Learned English thanks to video games.

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