Warhammer 40 000 Eternal Crusade give Distinctive take on Battlefield Gameplay


Warhammer 40 000 Eternal Crusade is a science fiction online third person shooter video game based on Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40 000 setting.

The game was released on September23, 2016 for Microsoft’s Windows, Max Linux it was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in late 2016.

The game is a player versus player online multiplayer action shooter, with gameplay taking place on the planet of Arkhona.

The game features several races for players choose from.

What works for the game?

According to various reviews, the game has good scope for character development. It also offers a distinctive take on battlefield gameplay.

Fast and lethal melee weapons transform the whole nature of the game.

The character models and the architecture show a deep knowledge and love of the design of Games Workshop’s grim- dark sci-fi universe.

The game is easy enough to get into, even without any base understanding of the 40K universe and it has well-designed maps.

The game features third-person action combat, so you can point and shoot, go blade-on blade or even take to the skies on a jump pack with full action controls on your mouse or gamepad.

The game offers an immersive 40K experience and allows players to configure their ideal characters. You can choose your weapons, class, configure your loadout and earn more weapons to defy your enemies.

Overall, Warhammer 40 000 Eternal Crusade has a solid melee system and there are a few long range weapons capable of sniping.

What works against the game?

Along with some loading issues, Warhammer 40 000 Eternal Crusade struggles a bit with balance issues- which need a bit of ironing out.

According to Trusted Reviews, “Gameplay needs more polish, better balancing and more finesse.”

Although the game has received a few discouraging reviews, hopefully the developers will fix the technicalities that make the game a less-than-smooth gaming experience.


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