Warhammer 40,000: Darktide is a co-op first person action game developed and published by Fatshark.
Four players cooperate to defeat oncoming waves of enemies, similar to Fatshark’s previous game Warhammer: Vermintide 2.
The pre-order beta receives some changes and the addition of Oska Krall, Chirurgeon of the Mourningstar, who can help change one's appearance.
A new trailer has been released for upcoming co-op shooter Warhammer 40,000: Darktide that hopes to explain every aspect of the game.
Check out the system requirements for the upcoming Warhammer 40,000: Darktide, featuring recommended hardware for ray tracing on and off.
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If you're unfamiliar with the setting of the upcoming co-op shooter Warhammer 40,000: Darktide, this new trailer has you covered.
Take advantage of increased melee damage and the Bull Rush ability to run through hordes of enemies as the massive Ogryn.
In the recent closed beta, the overall mission win rate was 67 percent, but only four percent of players cleared the hardest difficulty.
The three-day closed beta for Warhammer 40,000: Darktide is now live on PC, and registrations are still open through the game's Steam page.
As one of the four major archetypes, the Veteran is a ranged combat specialist and can deal increased damage to weak spots.
Check out the new trailer showing off the melee-centric Preacher class for upcoming co-op shooter Warhammer 40,000: Darktide.
Time to call your friends up for some intense fast-paced co-op action with Warhammer 40,000: Darktide's upcoming closed beta.
Fatshark's sci-fi co-op first-person shooter releases on November 30th for PC. The Xbox Series X/S version launches at a later date.
Fatshark CEO/co-founder Martin Wahlund says the team needs more time to "improve stability, performance, and mature key systems."
Meanwhile on Xbox Series S, the first person action game will target ether 1440p or 1080p at 60 FPS, developer Fatshark confirms.
Slice through enemies with the Veteran's chainsword or channel the power of thunder through the Zealot's two-handed hammer.
Warhammer 40,000: Darktide will feature sprinting and power sliding, bringing a shakeup to the game's movement. Its levels will also feature some degree of verticality.
Fatshark's upcoming first person action title is continuing to look like an impressive step forward for the Vermintide formula.
Developer Fatshark will have "something brutally epic in store" for its upcoming first person action game in a couple of days.
Personalities include "hard bitten professional soldiers, devout crusaders, snarky outsiders and more" with "thousands upon thousands" of banter lines.
Releasing on September 13th for Xbox Series X/S and PC, the co-op shooter has the Imperium fighting Chaos forces in the Hive City of Tertium.
Playable characters can also be customized though there's an extensive dialogue system with over 75,000 lines for interactions.
New trailer showcases the Imperium's elite squad sitting around. The co-op title will also be coming to Xbox Game Pass on day one.
Fatshark's Martin Wahlund says the extra time will be used to focus on quality along with investing in systems to support the title post-launch.
Abnett is known for his work on Warhammer 40,000 novels like Gaunt's Ghosts and Eisenhorn along with writing comics for DC, Marvel and more.
Fatshark's co-op sci-fi shooter will make an appearance as part of the Warhammer Skulls Showcase. It will broadcast at 10 AM PST.
Fatshark's Martin Wahlund, Anders De Geer, and Mikael Hansson talk about their upcoming action title.
"We have worked with Microsoft for many years, and they are a great partner," says the developer.
Warhammer 40K: Darktide developer is impressed with several aspects of the Xbox Series X.
"Many developers nowadays are used to a much more dynamic ecosystem of hardware," the developer says.
The trailer also has some story content.
The 4 player co-op title is due out in 2021.
The four player co-op experience comes from Fatshark of Warhammer: Vermintide fame.