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

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

£4.99£14.99 67% CDKeys Deals
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

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Looks like it could be the Squadron Edition*


*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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