Evil Dead: The Game – All Playable Demons, Abilities, and Deadite Abilities

Evil Dead: The Game – All Playable Demons, Abilities, and Deadite Abilities

The Evil Dead, as a franchise, is pretty used to being resurrected every few years. This time, Sam Raimi’s legendary horror comedy extends his legacy with Evil Dead: The Game, developed by interactive saber.

Similar to Dead by Daylight and Propnight, Evil Dead: The Game is an asymmetrical horror that pits four Survivors, all characters from the Evil Dead universe, against a Demon. The survivors must complete the objectives and stay alive while the Demon obviously tries to do everything in his power to make sure the survivors don’t win.

Evil Dead: The Game hosts a huge roster of characters to choose from. For Demons, without allies or support, choosing which Demon to play can be especially daunting. We’ve broken down each Demon in Evil Dead: The Game and explained what their unit abilities and skills are, as well as how they’re developed. Hopefully this should help you find which Demon will work for you!

All characters, Survivors or Demons, in Evil Dead: The Game are divided into classes. Each Demon class is made up of a ‘boss’, so to speak, and accompanying Deadites, meaning you’ll have to control four enemies simultaneously.

Evil Dead: The Demons of the Game – Warlord

Warlords just don’t mess around, sometimes ripping limbs off in the fight to stop Survivors. These demons are boisterous and unruly, intent on wreaking havoc. Led by Henrietta, Warlords is ideal for those who jump into the game not knowing where to start, as its abilities are straightforward and your focus will be on attacking players with guns, projectiles, and vapors at all times.


Both Demons and other enemies in Evil Dead: The Game look awful, that’s for sure.

Henrietta

  • Grandma hug: Henrietta will catch and squeeze a Survivor’s head. Other Survivors must attack Henrietta to free her teammate.
  • Gas leak: Henrietta will leave a trail of toxic fumes.
  • Belly flops: Henrietta will fall face down on the ground, dealing damage to anyone nearby.

dead elite

  • Big swing: This is a 180 degree turn that deals heavy damage to Survivors.
  • Death Punch: Deadite Elites will charge forward and land a ground slam that will damage nearby Survivors.
  • Belly flops: The Deadite Elite will fall face down on the ground, dealing damage to anyone nearby.

dead

  • Farewell to arms: Basic Deadites will now rip off their own arm and use it as a melee weapon.
  • Threw up: Basic Deadites will now spew vomit on survivors, dealing damage.
  • Dodge: Basic Deadites will now be able to dodge melee attacks just like a Survivor.

Evil Dead: The Game Demons – Puppeteers

Puppeteers are best suited to anyone who has spent a bit of time with the game and gotten used to how things play out. These alien-looking enemies will do anything to stop the Survivors, including conjuring lightning or even self-destructing. Because of this, and their telekinetic abilities, Puppeteers require much more careful planning when it comes to taking down Survivors. While not the best for beginners, Puppeteers will prove to be a satisfying fiend for anyone looking to put their skills to the test.


Evil Dead: The Game’s Puppeteer class of Demon looks very strange.

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  • Psychic Squeeze: Eligos can use telekinesis to paralyze and attack a Survivor. Other Survivors must attack Eligos to free their teammate from the attack.
  • Telekinetic Surge: Eligos can use telekinesis to immobilize any nearby Survivors.
  • Throwing Stones: Rocks will be released on Survivors by Eligos.

Demi Eligos

  • Amazed: Demi Eligos will mark each survivor. If they don’t move from where they are standing when marked, they will be struck by lightning.
  • Duplicity: Demi Eligos can summon clones of themselves that deal the same amount of damage, but have much lower health.
  • Dodge: Demi Eligos will now be able to dodge melee attacks like a Survivor.

dead berserker

  • Head acceleration: Deadite Berserkers will launch their own head at Survivors to trigger an explosion.
  • Self destruction: Deadite Berserkers will fully explode, dealing significant damage to nearby Survivors.
  • Dodge: Deadite Berserkers will now be able to dodge melee attacks like a Survivor can.

Evil Dead: The Game Demons – Necromancers

Demon’s Necromancer class takes a lot of inspiration from Army of Darkness. Led by none other than Evil Ash himself, Necromancers love to pummel survivors, but they require careful planning. As Evil Ash, you can summon skeletons that will smash and crush survivors when given the chance, or can even be upgraded to resurrect themselves. Necromancers are perhaps the happy medium between warlords and puppeteers, ideal for those who are used to the game but not necessarily experienced.

wicked ash

  • Infernal Invigoration: Evil Ash will choke a Survivor, healing himself as he does so. Other survivors must attack Evil Ash to free their teammate from the attack.
  • Skeletal support: Evil Ash can summon the help of Skeletons.
  • Skeleton Resurrection: If a Skeleton dies within the aura’s area of ​​effect, it will be able to resurrect itself.

elite skeleton

  • Trident Strike: Skeleton Elites will charge forward before performing a ground slam. The blow will damage anyone who is nearby.
  • Trident Throw: Skeleton Elites will throw their trident and deal damage if it hits someone.
  • Skeleton Resurrection: If a Skeleton dies within the aura’s area of ​​effect, it will be able to resurrect itself.

Skeleton

  • Threat Threat: Skeletons can now use a strong but slow melee attack with a long range.
  • War cry: Skeletons will scream, dealing light damage and knocking back any Survivors in range.
  • Dodge: Skeletons will now be able to dodge melee attacks like a survivor does.

If you want to take a look at the Survivors that you can meet in Evil Dead: The Game, take a look at our guide on all survivors and their skills.

While the title was initially delayed to ensure it was “cool as hell”, Evil Dead: The Game will be released on May 13, 2022 on PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X| s. .

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