Space Hulk: Tactics Showcases New Gameplay Trailer and Release Date for PS4, Xbox One and PC

Space Hulk: Tactics Showcases New Gameplay Trailer and Release Date for PS4, Xbox One and PC

Space Hulk Tactics will release October 9 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. In celebration, a new gameplay trailer has been unveiled

Focus Home Interactive and Cyanide Studio have announced that Space Hulk: Tactics, which is based on a Warhammer 40,000 board game, will release on October 9, 2018, on PS4, Xbox One and PC, with the release of the Gamescom trailer delivering even more details.

On one side stand Space Marine Terminators, fighting for humanity in their heavy armor attire and huge firepower that basically turns them into walking tanks. Their rival named the Genestealers, who are dangerous dwellers of the floating amalgamations of smashed-together starships called space hulks, hiding inside every pipe and duct, prepared to take on anything that comes close to pieces with glistening claws. Not the kind of folk you’d like to come across on a dark alleyway!

Space Hulk: Tactics embodies a card-based system that unravels within the Warhammer 40K universe and offers its own take on the classic blueprint. A fully customized system is available across four Space Marine chapters and four Genestealer Hive Fleets, allowing you to design your own force. It also includes a mission editor where you can share, construct and play your own maps.

In March, Streum On Studio and Focus Home Interactive confirmed that Space Hulk: Deathwing – Enhanced Edition would be launching for PC and PS4 last May, with the release of an exciting new trailer.

Space Hulk: Tactics will release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 9. If you decide to pre-order Space Hulk: Tactics, you will receive special bonuses of that which include a 10% discount, beta access, and unique color and emblem for each chapter. You can check out the Space Hulk: Tactics – “Choose Your Side” Gamescom trailer below:


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