NECROVISION: LOST COMPANY

headerNecroVisioN: Lost Company was released February 19, 2010 by 1C Company. The game was developed by The Farm 51. NecroVisioN: Lost Company is a horror first person shooter.

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While there have been lots of games in the horror first person shooter category, not so many have taken a World War I slant on the proceedings. This is what the NecroVisioN series has done.

NecroVisioN: Lost Company is the prequel to original horror FPS shooter, taking place before the NecroVisioN story begins.

It contains a bunch of unique levels, characters, weapons and gameplay elements as well as new main hero that presents the original game story from opposite perspective.

Player is now one of WWI German troops that discovers the evil forces unleashed by the war, starts to fight against them and leads soldiers of all nations gathered on the front through the massive battles against the zombies and demons and finally he becomes a first

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As if the spoils of global war isnt already an adequate premise for your typical FPS carnage, zombies have been thrown in by the graveyard-full.

The original NecroVisioN saw you take command of a WWI soldier lost behind enemy lines with, quite literally, all hell breaking loose around him. A zombie shooter ensued; NecroVisioN.

The first chapter of NecroVisioN: Lost Company gives a pretty straight forward indication of things to come.

It begins with a stray zombie lumbering around, looking like Hitler, wearing a kilt and carrying a bit of corrugated iron for a shield.

As you progress through the 10 different levels youll gain weapons ranging from a nail-bat to a MG 08/15 which shreds zombies quickly.

The game allows dual wield weapons.

Between the guns and the melee this game has enough action to keep a player very busy.

FEATURES

  • 10 new levels in single player campaign
  • 15 new characters
  • 6 new weapons
  • Variety of special weapon upgrades
  • New drivable vehicles to use in fight – FT17 tank and Halberstadt CL.II airplane
  • Several additional close combat techniques, spells and fatalities in single player
  • New unique multiplayer mode: Gas Attack
  • 3 new maps and several new skins for multiplayer mode
  • New visual effects like enhanced depth-of-field, soft shadows and new shaders with optimized renderer and data loading system.