“Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II” Unveils Massive Post-Launch Plan Alongside New Accolade Trailer3 min read
Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II, the huge space RTS from Tindalos Interactive and Focus Home Interactive, launched on Steam two weeks ago to great reviews on Steam and in the press. Bringing to life the dark future of Warhammer 40,000’s space battles like never before, see how Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II impressed in the new Accolade Trailer.
Over the past week, the first major update for the game was announced and released. This includes the usual balance and bug fixes alongside a brand new game mode – Battlegroups. These battles allow for larger fleets in 2v2, making it a chaotic and powerful game mode of titanic proportions.
This is on top of longer-term plans announced that include the creation of an entire new grand campaign for the game, to be revealed at a later date. There will also be another new game mode that allows for humongous battles with incredible, legendary ships.In addition, competitive seasons, tournaments, and a new boarding system are on the way. Read all about it over on Steam. This was all possible thanks to the incredible dedication and support we received from fans of the game, and we’ll be continuing to improve Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II to serve them.
Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II is available now on Steam. Further information about content updates will be announced in the coming months.
ABOUT BATTLEFLEET GOTHIC: ARMADA II
Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II is the new real-time strategy game adapted from Games Workshop’s famous tabletop game that portrays the epic space battles of the Warhammer 40,000 universe.
Expanding on the groundwork laid out by the first game, Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 is a full-blown sequel – bigger, richer, more impressive and more ambitious than the original game. It will include, at launch, all 12 factions from the original tabletop game and its expansions it is based on: the Imperial Navy, Space Marines, Adeptus Mechanicus, Necrons, Chaos, Aeldari Corsairs, Aeldari Craftworld, Drukhari, the T’au Merchant and Protector Fleets, Orks, and finally, the Tyranids.
The latest dramatic story development in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, the Gathering Storm and the 13th Black Crusade, serves as the canvas for three extensive and dynamic campaigns with high narrative values, focusing on the Tyranids, the Necrons, and the Imperium. Explore the systems in the Eye of Terror, with or against renowned characters such as Belisarius Cawl, Guilliman and more.
Protective gear allows players to explore dangerous off-limit radioactive zones inaccessible to less-equipped opponents – but filled with powerful loot. All the while, the howls of mutated creatures echo through the wasteland. Wolves and much worse lay in wait for foolish players who don’t keep their wits about them.
With bigger battles, refined gameplay, improved multiplayer modes and features for a better and more balanced online experience, as well as improvements across the board and even more customisation options for fleets and ships, Battlefleet Gothic: Armada II promises to be the ultimate Warhammer 40,000 space battle experience.
The ultimate Warhammer 40,000 space naval warfare experience
All 12 factions from the original tabletop game
Three dynamic solo campaigns (Tyranids, Necrons and Imperium)
An ambitious, full-blown sequel featuring epic battles with far larger fleets
Refined and improved gameplay, including new choices for ship customization
Improved multiplayer modes and features for a better online experience
The first videogame in Games Workshop’s new “Gathering Storm” setting
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Howdy just wanted to give you a quick heads up. The words in your post seem to be running off the screen in Opera. I’m not sure if this is a formatting issue or something to do with browser compatibility but I thought I’d post to let you know. The design and style look great though! Hope you get the issue solved soon. Kudos
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