You may not have heard of NeoCoreGames, but they have a pedigree when it comes to the RPG Genre. Primarily focusing on PC Games, their recent partnership with Games Workshop has allowed them to spread their wings and flex their developer muscle that little bit more, and the result of this is the forthcoming Warhammer 40k: Inquisitor – Martyr.
True to their back catalogue, this will be an action RPG set in the visceral and popular world of Games Workshop’s 40k universe and will see the players step into the grim and secret war among the stars, as agents of the ever-vigilant Inquisition.
Once you have finished the main campaign, the game continues in a sandbox style set in the same sector of this ever expanding universe.After the end of the campaign the story continues in a colossal sandboxed game set in the same secluded sector of this vast universe.
NeoCoreGames have promised gradual development and a continuous flow of content to their Action-RPG gameplay.
“There’s a reason why we chose the world of Warhammer 40,000: it’s intense, brutal, visceral – a perfect material for an Action RPG. Working with Games Workshop, we’re doing our best to bring a high quality game to the community. We’re huge fans as well, so we care deeply about this game.”
Zoltán ‘Pozs’ Pozsonyi, Producer, NeocoreGames
A Warhammer 40,000 action RPG has been notably absent from our portfolio of video game licenses so far and its great to finally be able to talk publicly about this wonderful game that the guys at Neocore have been working so hard on for some time now. Their previous action RPG’s are very impressive and we feel privileged to be partnering with them on this game.
Jon Gillard, Head of Licensing, Games Workshop
The first playable build of Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr will be available at Gamescom 2015, with the full title penned for a multi-platform release in 2016.
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