Demonic shooter Bloodhound announced for PC and consoles

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Demonic shooter Bloodhound announced for PC and consoles

Bloodhound is a fast-paced first-person shooter coming to PC and consoles.

Kruger & Flint Productions announced their debut project Bloodhound today. It is an indie shooter from developers who previously worked on Dying Light 2, Witchfire, and Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3.

Bloodhound is a first-person shooter reminiscent of classic titles, focused on “dynamic and uncompromising” arcade action. In the main campaign mode, players take up the role of a member of a secret faction of the Templar Order and fight to stop the demonic cult of Astaroth.

“It is a game created out of passion – the kind we would like to play. It’s brutal, it’s intense, and there’s blood. It’s all served in a heavy, horror reminiscent atmosphere. Our main inspirations were Doom, Quake and Painkiller, but we also reached the work of Zdzisław Beksiński, rich in decay centric pieces and apocalyptic motives,” said Rafał “Flint” Krzemiński, CEO of Kruger & Flint Productions.


The indie developers have launched a fundraiser on the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter meant to finance further development of the game. So far they have managed to raise just north of $5,000 USD with ten days to go. Their goal is to raise just over $8,000. You can find the Kickstarter campaign here.

Demonic shooter Bloodhound announced for PC and consoles

The final version of Bloodhound offers a campaign with four acts. Expect diverse and terrifying locations, as well as 15 types of enemies and four bosses. Ten types of weapons will aid players including a machete, flamethrower attached chainsaw, shotgun, railgun, crossbow, and missile launcher. The creators are in the middle of creating additional game modes (arena and multiplayer).

Release Date

A specific release date was not announced. However, the game is expected to make its appearance on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X in mid-2022. Meanwhile, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions are set for release in 2023. We’ll let you know when we hear about a firm release date.

Watch a trailer for the game below!