Mordheim: City of the Damned Summary
Mordheim is hard, just a flat out hard game whether it be single player or multiplayer. It’s an RNG based game that can easily feel very punishing to the untrained and can scorn even the most experienced. To that end, we have compiled a tips guide that will help players understand the game and do everything in their power ensure success against the RNG gods of Mordheim.
The undead legions have returned to the city of Mordheim to claim the cities prizes as their own in an all new DLC from developers Rogue Factor and Focus Home Interactive.
The video game adaptation of Games Workshop's classic tabletop game, Mordheim: City of the Damned introduces its new playable faction today.
This new faction will be playable in the game's multiplayer mode as well as offering a new solo campaign that revolves solely around the Witch Hunters. Players will encounter new lethal units, including the Executioner, Witch Hunter Captain and the fanatic Flagellant.
Rogue Factor has released a new trailer showing off the four campaigns in their tactical RPG Mordheim: City of the Damned. Each of the campaigns are independent of one another, with storylines revolving around the Human Mercenaries, the Skaven Clan Eshin, Sisters of Sigmar and the Cult of the Possessed. Each clan has their legendary Hero, and will likewise face off against other clans and independent deadly beasts.
Mordheim: City of the Damned is due to be released 20 November 2015.
Recently GameWatcher had the chance to speak with Rogue Factor's Yves Bordeleau about the studio's video game adaptation of the tabletop game set in the iconic Warhammer universe: Mordheim: City of the Damned. We went deep into many interesting aspects of the game. Unfortunately, Bordeleau also confirmed that there will be no forseeable mod support for Mordheim.