Mordheim: City of the Damned Summary
Mordheim: City of the Damned, Rogue Factor's adaptation of Games Workshop's classic, has just received its fourth Early Access update, and it's a big one.
As everyfan knows, Chaos might be fun, but it tends to be bad for your health. Just ask anyone from The Cult of the Possessed - the Chaos warband now receive random mutations when leveling up that warp their bodies in various nasty ways. At least all those extra eyes and tentacles provide a bonus in combat.
has dropped for Mordheim: City of the Damned, and amongst a list of changes and tweaks, the game's engine has been updated to Unity 5.
That means optimisations to in-game performance and loading, and compatibility for both 32bit or 64bit operating systems. Developer Rogue Factor does warn that the switchover might cause a few bugs.
Turn-based tactical-RPG Mordheim: City of the Damned continues its march in Early Access, and developer Rogue Factor announces the arrival of the "second major content update" bringing it to 'phase 3'.
A fourth playable Warband - the Cult of the Possessed - is now playable, and features alongside "extended warband management" and new skirmish mission objectives. A new gameplay video is out.
Focus Home Interactive has released ten whole minutes of grimy fantasy murdering in Mordheim: City of the Damned. Take a look at the turn-based strategy in action for the first time.
The game's based on Games Workshop'sspin-off board game of the same name, and features several bands of unpleasant people kill each other over valuable magical artifacts.
Developer Rogue Factor is almost ready to let us loose on the chaos-warped streets of Mordheim: City of the Damned. The turn-based tactical RPG will enter Early Access on Steam "in the coming weeks."
As a little bonus, there's four new screenshots showing three of the factions fighting overleast recommended holiday destination.