English rock band Motörhead's music and acts never get old. The band revealed that in celebration of its 40th anniversary, it will be coming out with its first-ever video game, "Through The Ages".
The game is being developed with the help of Haemimont Games, and is based on the acclaimed action RPG, 'Victor Vran.' According to a post in Facebook, this will be the official expansion to the game.
Fans can expect the new game to have, "devastated landscapes, dystopian urban environments and other elements influenced by Motörhead's history and lyrics."
Players of the upcoming game can expect it to have a new storyline, new enemies, weapons and skills. It was also announced via a press release that the expansion will have new adventures and boss fights.
Also, in a departure from the environment in Victor Vran, "Through The Ages" will feature new war-torn landscapes and cities, landscapes that bear the inspiration from the Wild West and it will also have a residential place for the Queen of the Damned at the Dark Ages Castle.
Fans will also be treasuring some newly-designed Motör-Weapons, Motör-Powers and Motör-Skills. That is not all, the game will also feature more than 12 songs that players will hear for the very first time.
Through The Ages will be rolling out at the end of 2015 for PC, Mac and Linux. It has also been promised for more platforms.
Meanwhile, the band is all set to release a new album, "Bad Magic", on 28 August.