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Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr Trailer

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Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr Trailer

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr lets players become members of the Inquisition, an elite organization that serves the Imperium, a galactic human empire. The Inquisitors wage a secret war against all threats to the Imperium including rebels, aliens, and heretics.

The trailer doesn’t give us much to go on. We see a few close-ups of an Inquisitor’s armor and equipment. Then there’s a brief shot of him firing a gun before the game’s logo appears.

About the Game:

In the grim future there is only WAR and in Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr our goal is to faithfully evoke the atmosphere of the violent 41st millennium; environmental destruction plays a very important role in that. As the players tear chunks out of walls with their kinetic weapons or simply vaporize whole sections of the area, it will make them feel like they’re fighting a real war.

Of course destruction is not only a cosmetic feature. The covers that the players and the enemies can both use are also destructible, which adds another tactical layer to the Action-RPG gameplay. Covers provide a more realistic approach to close range, visceral firefights and both the players and the creatures can effectively employ these positions to mitigate incoming damage.

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr has been pegged for a PS4, Xbox One and PC release later this year.

Check out the Trailer:

“Different objects in the game will provide different amounts of cover for both you and your enemies, depending on their size and composition. But they’re not impenetrable: Different weapons will chew through cover objects at different rates, but sooner or later most of them will crumble. And when they do, the falling rubble can cause damage to anyone standing underneath, so be sure you’re not too close when the walls fall down.”

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