Warhammer 40000: Mechanicus fully released

warhammer 40000 mechanicus fully released in linux mac windows games

Warhammer 40000: Mechanicus now fully released on Linux and Mac. Bulwark Studios also announce some changes. Including future plans for the game. Which is discounted on Steam. And the reviews are 82% Positive.

Warhammer 40000: Mechanicus now supports Linux and Mac. The game also has a Unity update. So Bulwark Studios are doing their part. Making the game even better. This patch addresses a fair share of bugs too. Check out the full change log.

Besides just a game patch. There is a “custom difficulty challenge” coming. Also more content, such as more troops. As well as another discipline and environment too.

So, if you don’t know Warhammer 40000: Mechanicus. You take control of one the tech armies. Leading a crew onto the Necron planet of Silva Tenebris. Where you customize your team. And also manage resources. Searching for more lost tech. And control your Tech-Priests’ every move.

Warhammer 40000: Mechanicus | Release Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)

Since every decision will shape the missions ahead. Your gameplay will decide the fate of the troops. Since you fight in over 50 unique missions.
So choose your path carefully in Warhammer 40000: Mechanicus. The Imperium depends on it.

For the first time ever in a Warhammer video game. Mechanicus puts you in control. Taking control of a range of Adeptus Mechanicus forces.
So you can augment your Tech-Priests. Ready your Skitarii and power up your Kastelan Robots.

As well as the standard Warhammer 40000: Mechanicus. You can also buy a special Omissiah Edition:

  • Atmospheric soundtrack featuring the highly acclaimed music of Mechanicus
  • A stunning digital artbook containing an array of new and previously unseen concept illustrations and art from the development of the game
  • The hard-hitting power of the Arc Scourge to enhance your close-quarters arsenal.

Warhammer 40000: Mechanicus is also discounted 25% until February 15th. Available on Steam, fully released on Linux and Mac.

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