Mordheim: City of the Damned – Gameplay Trailer and website revealed

Mordheim: City of the Damned – Gameplay Trailer and website revealed as Early Access releases imminently!
20% discount offered to all Early Access participants

 

Mordheim: City of the Damned, Rogue Factor’s turn-based tactical-RPG adaptation of Games Workshop’s tabletop game Mordheim set in the Warhammer world, is about to enter Early Access imminently! To celebrate this occasion, take a look at the new official website of the game, as well as the first gameplay video of Mordheim: City of the Damned, explaining some of the mechanics you’ll enjoy throughout the Early Access and beyond!

And as good news never comes alone, as a thank you for helping us make the best videogame adaptation of Mordheim, players who will participate in the Early Access will be granted a 20% discount. They will be able to help directly by sending feedback through the SteamHub and the official forum.

Trailer here

 

 

If you want to discover more about Mordheim: City of the Damned, you can take a look at the freshly open official website that offers a mine of info about the game. Register to get informed about future updates in the Early Access, or when any new info releases. Also don’t forget to take a look at our videos and images, and follow us on our official social media!

The available Warbands at the Early Access kick-off in a few days are: the Human Mercenaries from the Empire, and the Skaven from Clan Eshin. Your warmongering will take place on two procedural maps with randomized elements, and two unique maps, in the classic deathmatch mode. New players need not worry, as basics will be served through four tutorials introducing them to the game!

Content will be rolled out incrementally over the course of the Early Access campaign, with Rogue Factor listening as players report their findings having dove into the exciting dark fantasy setting of Mordheim.

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