Victor Vran Gets Two New Difficulty Modes, Orchestral Score & Artbook

Demon hunter Victor Vran gets Hardcore and Casual Modes, art book and orchestral score now available



Victor Vran developer Haemimont Games has released new Hardcore and Casual modes for their isometric action-RPG, allowing veteran demon hunters to customize the game’s challenge to their liking.

The new Hardcore difficulty mode pushes players to complete the game without dying. Hardcore characters can only use equipment found by themselves or other Hardcore characters. If your character dies, that doesn’t spell game over; but you’ll lose your Hardcore status for that playthrough.

Casual Mode, on the other hand, is a much tamer affair, offering even the lowliest monster slayers a chance to overcome the game’s challenges. You can switch back and forth between the new Casual Mode and Normal Mode as well; a handy tool to utilize if a particular baddie is putting you through the wringer.

In addition to the new difficulty modes, Victor Vran’s orchestral Soundtrack and the 194 page Digital Artbook can now be purchased on Steam and iTunes.

For a taste of the game’s impressive orchestral score, the team has released a new video shows the live recording session of the “Archdemon” track, composed by George Strezov and performed by the renowned Sofia Session Orchestra:


Victor Vran slaughtered his way on to the PC in July. For more on the game, check out Jonathan’s review here.

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