Behemoth frontman Adam "Nergal" Darski is making his first foray into video games as the narrator for Apocalipsis: Harry at the End of the World, an upcoming point-and-click, medieval-inspired adventure game. He'll act as the main source of exposition for players as they progress through the game, guiding the titular protagonist on his journey to conquer his personal demons — and ultimately, brave the apocalypse. Nergal's involvement doesn't stop there: players will also be able to uncover a previously-unheard, somber rendition of Behemoth's music hidden in the game.
A new video uploaded by Apocalipsis co-publishers Klabater provides insights into how Nergal came to be in the game, as well as footage of his recording sessions. "I just took an opportunity, because it's cool, in the first place, to be in a game," the frontman says of his role. "The fact that the game is pretty dark and has a lot of occult symbolism, it just makes it more appealing to my tastes."
While Apocalipsis' release date has yet to be announced, the game's STEAM page indicates it'll be released before the end of year. For more information, head here.