Warhammer 40000 Eternal Crusade (Steam) £4.99/£4.74 @ CDKeys
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Warhammer 40000 Eternal Crusade (Steam) £4.99/£4.74 @ CDKeys

£4.99£14.99 67% CDKeys Deals
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Found 9th Dec 2017
War calls. Will you answer?

For the first time, join your favorite factions in the fiercest and most authentic Warhammer 40,000 battles ever realized in a shooting videogame.

Select one of four factions of the 41st millennium and fight for control of a persistent world at war. As you fight your way across the planet, claim territory in massive battles and earn the right to customize and improve your characters in a deep progression system from Warhammer 40,000 lore

8 Comments

Original Poster

Looks like it could be the Squadron Edition*

store.steampowered.com/app…de/

*Squadron Edition includes the Full Game and 25,000 Rogue Trader Credits.

Bought! +Heat!
Edited by: "aggala" 9th Dec 2017

Has anyone played this?

A lot of negativity over on Youtube.

It's very good imo, playing SW battlefront 2 now though. Played 500 hrs.

I quite like the whole 40k world, lots of crazy cool stuff to blow up. But the reviews on Steam are bang on. I found it to be clunky controls, uninteresting gameplay and lacking in any reason to playonemore level. That said, there are others who absolutely love it. Pretty sure there's a demo for free to play on Steam before hand. Try that first and see which side of the fence you fall on.

Thank you for the reviews.

Will give Fallout 4 GOTY a play through first.

masteratarms12 h, 57 m ago

It's very good imo, playing SW battlefront 2 now though. Played 500 hrs.


Hmmm he says playing SWBF2 and says this is good, i dont think i trust you

I bought SW BF2 for £38 from CDkeys and no intention to buy any crystals. The more you play the less valuable paying to win is, like battlefield 4 fast track. I bought £16 of credits in eternal crusade for the increased xp gain. Both good games. Although SWBF2 runs better on my vega 56 (which is also good although not without fault).
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