Hellgate: London Is Now Out On Steam… Again

Hellgate London

To the surprise of everyone, 2007’s action title Hellgate: London has returned to Steam and is now available to players at 25% discount.

We are happy to introduce Hellgate: London Single-Player on Steam.
We would like to thank all of you for your patience. Revival of the Hellgate: London would have been impossible without your support. We wanted to provide an easy access to Hellgate: London on Steam and bring back memories of the game.

Hellgate: London Steam Version includes several modifications, which make it more exciting and interesting for both players holding a DVD-TITLE of the Hellgate and those who enjoyed Hellgate Global.

The developers have made some adjustments to the gameplay, including:

  • Reaching levels 20 to 50 became 3 times faster.
  • The effectiveness of Magic Chance acquired by hunting monsters improved by 2 times.
  • Champion-class monsters appear more often.
  • Decreased difficulty of Nightmare and Hell modes.

The Steam version of Hellgate: London has the latest update client of Tokyo version with the improved UI/ UX and content. However, due to internal circumstances, the multiplayer is currently not available.

Once stability of the Tokyo Main Quest is settled, you will receive a notice for FREE UPDATE. Until then you can still enjoy playing London, Stonehenge, Second Attack and Abyss maps.

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While growing up in the wilds of Russia, Catherine learned to talk, write and game at almost the same time. You can follow her attempts at latter two at MMORPG.com and GameSpace.

1 Comment

  1. So I am having a good time with it, the Cutscenes are pretty bad because of the graphics and DX9, but overall the gameplay is the same and its just reliving the past and I am enjoying it, especially for $10, can hardly see a movie for that price. Tokyo part is coming in a few weeks and hopefully they will upgrade the graphics but still lots of fun if you enjoyed the original.

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