For Focus Home Interactive, it’s been quite the busy year with the recent announcements regarding their titles Fear The Wolves, Insurgency: Sandstorm, and The Surge 2. Among their announcements comes the news that Space Hulk: Deathwing – Enhanced Edition, the latest endeavor into the Warhammer 40,000 franchise.
As part of their string of recent announcements, Focus Home Interactive and Streum On Studio have both announced that Space Hulk: Deathwing – Enhanced Edition will be releasing on the PlayStation 4 and PC starting May 23, 2018. To celebrate this tidbit of news, Focus Home Interactive has released a new trailer in order to help get us ready for the release.
Additionally, Focus Home Interactive has announced that the Enhanced Edition update will be free for all current owners on PC. You can see the information about this upcoming release down below, including the newly outlined features.
Play as a Space Marine of the Deathwing – the feared 1stCompany of the secretive Dark Angels – and engage in a desperate battle against Genestealers within the confines of a Space Hulk. Grow more powerful, gain skills and abilities, and master devastating weapons as you earn experience. Play solo or in online cooperative multiplayer with up to 4 players. The Enhanced Edition brings a host of new content and upgrades, expanding upon the base game for the ultimate Space Hulk experience:
Class Customization – deep progression system lets players unlock armor and weapon skins, attachments, perks and more for aesthetic and gameplay customization.
Chaplain Class – the Chaplain brings a host of abilities to increase the squad’s survivability, and is more than capable of killing hordes of Xenos in melee combat.
New Weapons – more melee and ranged weapons give players even more options to load out their squad in battle.
New Enemy Types – new, unique Genestealer types offer greater challenge to those who dare enter the depths of the Space Hulk.
Special Missions – randomized objectives and enemy spawns bring a new level of replayability.
Focus Home Interactive and Streum On Studio have announced that several of the previously listed details have already been made available to those who on the game on PC. As part of their push to continually support the game, Streum On Studio has also revealed that the content will be steadily pushed out to PC users and will be readily available for console players at the time of release this May.
Stay tuned for our review.
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