HellBourne Wrath is a mod for DoomII that is meant to kick everyone square in the balls while also giving a fun co-op experiecne. With its ridiculous difficulty it makes it a prime subject to play with others as that way, you can all die together, and not alone This mod adds in something that many mods out there do not, a original story-line that gives you a different ending depending on what you do in some points of the mod. This mod is planned to have at least 5 different chapters, each with at-least 9 non-secert levels. The total level number is planned to be well over 50 when it is all done. Because of this and it being an indie devopled mod, it may take a while to be fully completed.

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Chapter 2 Has Begun

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So yesterday i finished Chapter 1 of Hellbourne Wrath, Today marks the start of the dev. of Chapter 2 and beyond.

What is planned in this update is a choice that will affect the ending you get in final chapter along side more special stuff like mortar stricks and NPCs. One major function that will be added is a Hub feature. Imagine a Hexen-like type of world hub, but not really I also plan on making the levels a bit harder, though the means of puzzels and the sorts, hopefully i succed in this front and have a good balance of enemys, weaponry, and puzzles.

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mdvhimself
mdvhimself

you defenetly should use more than 2 textures per room

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