Customization is one of the things that most MMO players are keen to have a lot of when making their characters. In today's Warhammer 40k: Eternal Crusade column, we take a look at why it's so vital for the game to have when it launches. See why we think so before heading to the comments.
If you have ever played a game of Warhammer 40K, or even picked up a paintbrush to sit down and work on a model, you will immediately connect with this week’s column. Games Workshop has been asking its players to paint their models since the 1980s when they first came out. Now, with so many plastic miniatures and bitz coming in model packs, we are also building very custom looking armies before they even get a drop of paint on them. This aspect of the hobby is great fun for many of us. So when taking a look at the MMO coming out in 2015, the team at Behaviour needs to launch with a ton of options for players to make their characters as detailed as their models.
Read more of Garrett Fuller's Warhammer 40k: Eternal Crusade: The Importance of Customization.