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I"ve seen on Steam there are 2 complete Van Helsing packs. The Final Cut and the Anthology.The Final Cut seems to be the best and remastered version. So..why Anthology is more expensive?
Hi, there are two differences.With Anthology you get 5 games, VH1, VH2, VH3 and Deathtrap. Having those, you can get VH:Final Cut using their key redemption, so essentially it"s 5 standalone games, that"s why it costs more. If you buy just Final Cut, you get only 1 game.The second difference is between the individual games. In Final Cut, you get 6 classes identical from Van Helsing 3, the whole Van Helsing story with level limit = 100 and the revisited adventure mode = a monster arena + map scenarios taken from the story maps, which get randomly generated goals (escort 5 civilians, find and kill specific monster, run across the map as a chicken, ...).In Anthology, you get:Van Helsing 1 - first part of the story, but you play 3 different classes (in my opinion, much better designed than those in Final Cut). You have the Scenarios from first part of the story + you get a Neverending Story, which is an equivalent of New Game+ (you play the same story again, but you keep your levelled character). Since your character is capped at lvl 30, in Neverending Story only your gameplay and gear can improve, but monsters get stronger with each map you advance, which is a great challenge if you are up for it and I can personally recommend it.Van Helsing 2 - second part of the story, you can import your VH1 character and thus continue the story with the 3 different classes. Level cap = 60, again you get Scenarios, but no more Neverending Story.Van Helsing 3 - final part of the story, but you CANNOT import from VH2 anymore, because they killed the 3 classes and created 6 new classes. Level cap is once again only lvl 30.Final Cut (key must be redeemed first) - see "The second difference" above.Deathtrap - different game based on the same engine - a mix between ARPG and tower defense game. This takes the tower defense sections from the Van Helsing game, expands them and adds new classes to play throughout the Deathtrap campaign. This game comes with an editor and supports steam community, so community can create their own tower defense maps and you can play those too.