Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor Console Release Delayed to August, Warzone Mode Announced

NeocoreGames has made a couple of announcements regarding its action RPG Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr. The first announcement is that the game’s PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions, previously planned for release today, have been pushed back to August 23, 2018. The reasons given for the delay were to enable the developers to find a solution for network access restrictions in certain countries as well as to allow more time to work on online functionality and general polish.

The other announcement is for a new event and game mode titled Warzone. The end-game mode, which comes with its own narrative, is available now on the game’s PC version, and sees players fighting off waves of enemies. More details about the mode can be found on NeocoreGames’ official blog.

Inquisitor – Martyr is set in Warhammer 40,000’s Caligari sector, where several Inquisitors have been dispatched to deal with the forces of Chaos. In addition to the story campaign, the game features co-operative multiplayer for up to four players, and an evolving post-launch campaign that sees the game’s galaxy change and expand as new clues are discovered, new subsectors unlocked, and investigations put to rest



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