Following on the heels of Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide, another Warhammer universe based game is set to make its very own console debut this October. Mordheim: City of the Damned takes place in the ruined city of Mordheim, where factions, mercenaries, and empires are clashing with one another while trying to gather up as much Wyrdstones as they can. The Wyrdstones were created from the impact of the comet that destroyed Mordheim. Now the player must take command of a warband and storm the ruins, skirmish with other parties, and avoid abominable monsters, all while gathering as much Wyrdstones as you can.
Mordenheim: City of the Damned sounds like a great SRPG for players who love a good challenge. Featuring fast - paced and brutal turn-based tactical combat where death is permanent and your units can even lose an eye or a limb if they’re not careful. Utilising strategy and your environment will be crucial if you want to survive unscathed (or at least with all your limbs). You can pick your warband from four different factions, Skaven, Possessed, Sisters of Sigmar, or Mercenaries from the Empire. You will be able to recruit new units, equip them with better gear, and customize and evolve them with experience gained during missions. Aside from single-player, there is a multiplayer mode so you can take the fight global and battle against other players. You can also bring over your characters from single-player if you want to, which is a pretty cool feature.
Mordenheim is already available on PC. It will be available for download only on October 18th, 2016, on Xbox One and Playstation 4.
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