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Warhammer 40k's answer to Diablo set to leave Early Access in May

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As a universe full of grim, violent soldiers who kill enemy hordes by the shipload, it’s surprising that it’s taken so long for a Diablo-like Warhammer 40k to come to life. But NeocoreGames have been building ARPG Inquisitor - Martyr for years now, and after a stay in Early Access the game’s finally set to release.

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr will release May 11 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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If you’ve missed the details up to this point, you play as an Inquisitor, set to purge the Chaos-infested Caligari Sector on behalf of the Imperium of Man. The randomly generated environments are full of destructible elements, and you’ll have to make use of cover to defend yourself against the enemy.

Different character classes and specialization options let you build your character the way you want, and naturally there’s plenty of loot to help equip your Inquisitor. You can partner up in four-player co-op to take on the Chaos together, and Neocore promise a long-lasting connected experience with constantly expanding story content, updates, and quests.

You can currently get Inquisitor - Martyr for $49.99 / £33.99 / €49.99, and that price is set to remain the same for the full launch in May.

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1 Week ago

The Steam reviews don't look very promising tho.