Check Out Mass Destruction in Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor – Martyr Trailer

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NeocoreGames, perhaps best known to the PC crowd for their The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing action RPGs, announced that they would be making a new action RPG, Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr, back at Gamescom 2015.

It’s been quiet since, but the Hungarian development studio recently released the below footage showcasing some tech they’ve been working on for the upcoming game.


Anyone who’s played a cover shooter wth destructible cover can attest to how much that changes the game. Plus, it just looks cool and makes the characters feel more grounded in the world they’re moving around and acting in.

NeocoreGames aims to use their destruction engine to set Inquisitor – Martyr’s gameplay apart from other dungeon crawlers, in addition to using it to sell the atmosphere of the violent and gritty 41st millennium.

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr was announced as, “a persistent sandbox action RPG.” From the developer, “The single-player campaign pitches players into a grim and secret war among the stars as the agents of the ever-vigilant Inquisition. After the end of the campaign the story continues in a colossal sandbox game set in the same secluded sector of this vast universe. This persistent setting grants years of constant entertainment, gradual development and a continuous flow of content that enriches the action-RPG gameplay.”

Further details on Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr are pretty scarce, but this Inquisitorial Log is just the first in a planned monthly series, and with E3 right around the corner stay tuned and we’ll let you know when we learn anything else.

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr is currently in development for PS4, PC, Mac, and XBOX One with a release date of some time in 2016, though the game was apparently far along enough to be playable in some form at this past weekend’s Warhammerfest 2016 in Coventry, UK.

Written by Albert Chen

Albert Chen

A student of games, I play a bit of everything because I like to see what’s out there. Nothing better than first hand experience when it comes to knowing about games. Current game obsession: Anything MOBA (Paragon, Battleborn, Heroes of the Storm), except, ironically, the most popular ones, LoL and DOTA2.

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