The Incredible Adventures Of Van Helsing: Final Cut Now Available On Steam

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After releasing the third installment of its series following the son of the iconic monster hunter Abraham Van Helsing earlier this year, Hungary based independent game company Neocore Games has released The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut on Steam this weekend. This edition is a newly streamlined compilation of all three gothic-noir steampunk action-RPGs influenced by Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

With extra features, which include all-new content from the trilogy and a huge new endgame, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut looks to provide a new, unique experience in addition to being a collection of games. Following up on the success of the trio of adventures, this Final Cut brings its own originality.

The trailer shows off some of the enhanced artwork and gameplay, including six new playable classes, the companionship of the ghostly Lady Katarina, new skills and more mini-games in addition to the aforementioned new conclusion. Though the series seemed to have come to an end, the beginning of the trailer boasts the real adventure has just begun.

“With the trilogy reaching completion and available, it was the obvious choice for us to create Final Cut, combining all three games and adding more content to provide the ultimate Van Helsing experience for ARPG fans,” said Zoltan Pozsonyi, Producer, NeocoreGames. “Final Cut is more than simply all three games bundled together: we created new content and put a ton of thought and detail into how to tie each game into one another.”

Those who purchase The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut during the launch week will receive a 20 percent discount at $35.99 (full retail is $44.99). NeocoreGames also is proud to announce that it has launched its very own Neocore Store where players can buy the game for a whopping 20 percent off for a limited time only among other discounted bundles.

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut has been well received by game critics, scoring high marks from reviewers such as GameSpot, GamingTrend and Impulse Gamer.

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