New Party Hard Levels Arrive November 10th With Multiplayer Co-op
(Last Updated On: November 8, 2016)

TinyBuild has been publishing some interesting games as of late, and one of those games is Party Hard. The title came out a while back on Steam, and developers Pinokl Games have decided to update the game with some brand new DLC.

Set to arrive on November 10th, just two days away, Party Hard will receive some new levels to blast through, along with a brand new cooperative multiplayer mode.

You can squeeze a glimpse out of the new trailer that highlights oh so briefly the new levels and multiplayer features for Party Hard.

This new Party Harder update was detailed over on the Steam community page, where they announced that the game will feature a new remastered original soundtrack, new Twitch system for chat members to control NPCs, and a YouTuber mode for the OST to avoid copyright claims during playthroughs and Let’s Play sessions.

Also, all of the levels can be played in multiplayer co-op, so you and a friend can go around killing to your heart’s content. The game is set a decade after the events of the original game, and you can see what some of the new levels look like with the gameplay video below from the mobile version.

And to top all of this great goodness off, they also announced that along with the Party Harder DLC, the original Party Hard will launch on iOS and Android on November 10th, too. So keep an eye out on that if you regularly visit the iTunes App Store or Google Play. The game sees you taking on the role of a serial murderer who is fed up with people partying hard, so you decide to party harder by killing them. Classic horror movie trope, but with a cool hardcore soundtrack and a lot of stealth and chaos thrown into a mixing bowl of entertainment.

The vanilla Party Hard is available right now on the Steam store for $12.89. You can learn more about the game by visiting the official website.


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