Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus new enemies

warhammer 40,000 mechanicus new enemies in linux mac windows games

Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus releases new enemies coming to Linux, Mac and Windows via Steam.
So in the latest news, the Adeptus Mechanicus are expanding their hunt for blackstone. While stretching across the galaxy and unearthing far more than they bargained for.

Kasedo Games are getting into the spirit by revealing the enemy. While player will have be fighting in the forthcoming Adeptus Mechanicus game.

Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus | The Revealing (Linux, Mac, Windows)

As more information is revealed and first gameplay is shown from the Games Developers Conference. So we can tell you that the secret’s out about who the Adeptus Mechanicus will come up against. All in the new turn-based tactical game, Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus. And yet the mechanics look rather familiar.

A month ago, today we shared with the world that we were crafting a new title set inside the Warhammer 40,000 universe. The feedback has been truly unimaginabley positive, and we’re flattered you’re all very excited, even if you’re not sure what we’re making exactly. Well today I’m happy to say there’s a lot we’re sharing with you all and we’re very excited to see what you all think.

So as the battle for supremacy erupts on Silva Tenebris. The mechanically undead Necrons go head-to-head with your Omnissiah troops in devastating tomb warfare.

New Enemies:

Confirmed so far are Necrons units. Such as Necron Warriors, Immortals, Flayed Ones and Canoptek Scarabs. Also with many more to coming in the lead up to release. And apparently there some significant surprises in store.

Along with this news, Kadedo are treating you to a Warhammer Community-exclusive animation. So you can’t miss the new art in the video. Since this showes off not only these newly announced enemies. But also giving you a glimpse into the devastating weapons that you will have in your arsenal.

Servitors, Skitarii and Servo-skulls make up the rest of the new information. Showing just some of the wide range of controllable units in the game. Kasedo will be bringing you more information in due course. In the meantime, why not head over to Steam and wishlist Mechanicus. to be first in the know on any new developments.

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