Warhammer 40.000: Eternal Crusade developed by Behaviour Interactive is an action third person MMORPG concentrating on PvP and conquest warfare. You can hop into the role of one of 4 different races (Eldar, Orks, Space Marines, Chaos Space Marines) as you fight for control of the world. Oh, and you'll have to be on the lookout for the Tyranid, who are roving below the surface of Arkhona.
During yesterday's weekly livestream event, WarHammer 40k: Eternal Crusade developers slipped out one of the first details about the rumored free trial version of the game. From what was said, players with free trial accounts would have access to more than one faction and class. The team has plans to reveal more about the trial version in a next little while.
During yesterday's Warhammer 40k: Eternal Crusade livestream event, Behaviour Interactive developers hinted around that some form of free access to the game will be coming in the near future, likely a trial account of some sort. In addition, Nathan Richardsson told viewers that there will be some fairly significant balance changes coming to the game in future updates.
Warhammer 40K: Eternal Crusade has been updated with a large new patch that brings a ton of new content including new map features, garrison dueling, the Hold the Line for Zedek and Maggon, Grav weapons, an overhauled Battle Loadout, tweaks to melee and parrying, bug fixes and animations polish. It's like a brand new game!
Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade launched just a few weeks ago on the PC, and it's been having a rough go from critics. That said, it has its hardcore faithful, and it's clear Behaviour is keen on improving the game more and more in coming months. We caught up with Executive Producer Nathan Richardsson to discuss the state of the game, and what's to come in the new few months.
Rob's back this week to put a score on Eternal Crusade. As you probably have guessed it's not very good.