Eternal Crusade

Eternal Crusade Launch Plans Revealed

A recent press release and infographic has been released which details the plans and specifications for the launch of the upcoming MMO Warhammer 40K: Eternal Crusade.  The Eternal Crusade launch details and game features have been revealed in a large infographic which explains various details and aspects of the game.

Eternal Crusade Launch


The infographic is very descriptive, laying out a great deal of details about the game. Players will be able to select from four factions – The Space Marines, Chaos Space Marines, Orks, and Eldar – and each faction offers players a choice of at least 5 classes, and players will be able to use thousands of different weapons and hundreds of upgrade items. The world will be persistent, with player driven campaigns and the ability to capture territory. The game will have multiple PvP modes, and PvP battles will support up to sixty players in a single battle, and players must be aware that friendly fire can cause deaths. The game will also feature PvE modes, which can be played co-operatively with up to 5 players. Additionally, all future updates, characters, expansions, content, customizations, and more for the game will be released free of charge.

Warhammer 40K: Eternal Crusade is currently available on Steam, and for a limited time, players purchasing the early access bundle will receive bonus in-game items. The full infographic is reproduced below; players can also view the image directly if they wish.

Our Thoughts:

A lot of us have been waiting to learn more about this game, and with every press release and new bit of information, it just looks better and better. This writer herself is a long-time wargamer, and of course the various incarnations of Warhammer are the most famous wargame of all; in short, squeee!

Source: Press Release, Eternal Crusade Infographic

Eternal Crusade Infographic

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Amanda Ten Brink lives in the Netherlands, and has been an avid gamer most of her life, from tabletop wargaming and RPGs in the early 80s to Guild Wars 2, Elder Scrolls Online, and old school Dungeons & Dragons (the tabletop sort) today. Hobbies include drawing and painting, playing bass and guitar, learning new languages (Currently studying Russian) and sleeping, which she can simply not get enough of. Please Note: I write content for MMOGames only. If you see my work on any other portals, those portals are stealing content.