DreamCatcher, tramite il comunicato stampa che trovate nella parte estesa della notizia, ha fatto sapere che nel Nord America è iniziata la distribuzione dell'atteso e promettente Painkiller.
DreamCatcher Games' Painkiller Now Available In Stores Frantic, Frenzied FPS Action for Windows® Toronto, April 12, 2004. DreamCatcher Games today announced that Painkiller, one of the most anticipated Windows® shooters of 2004, is now available at major retailers across North America. Painkiller puts gamers in the role of Daniel Garner, an unfortunate victim of a fatal car accident now trapped in a dark and sinister world somewhere between Heaven and Hell. To find his salvation, Garner must fight through more than 50 species of Hell's wildest incarnations in an attempt to stop an imminent Unholy War. This first-person horror shooter features truly stunning graphics, an amazingly powerful engine and some of the nastiest level bosses ever seen. Graphically, Painkiller is unmatched, showing off new levels of texture quality and the latest lighting and shadowing techniques. The game utilizes the impressive Havok 2.0 engine, achieving new heights of physics-based gameplay. Painkiller serves up more than 20 huge and completely unique single player levels with five insane multiplayer modes. The game's proprietary 3D "PAIN Engine" puts out 100 times more polygons than other FPS games. An arsenal of five dual-mode weapons, with varied combination attacks, equips players with all the power they'll need to slay Satan's minions. Developed by People Can Fly, Painkiller has an ESRB of ‘M' for Mature and an SRP of $39.99 USD. Download the demo at www.PainkillerGame.com.