Warhammer 40K MMORPG Eternal Crusade announces summer release window


Third-person shootin’ MMO Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade has finally nailed down a release window, aiming for ‘summer’ this year (that’s ‘winter’ for us in Australia and everybody else below the equator).

Developers Behaviour Interactive have scored a distribution deal with Namco Bandai, bringing their game to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One — but the only way to pre-order it currently is on PC, which you can do through Steam here.

Eternal Crusade will have four factions (Space Marines, Chaos Marines, Orks and Eldar) with five sub-factions (chapters, legions, clans and craftworlds) and a fifth NPC faction of Tyranids, who make up the enemies for player-vs-enemy missions.

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