Officially released last June on the PC and a couple months later on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Neocore Games' action-RPG, Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr, has gone through two seasons of free content that added new enemies, increased power/level caps, and opened up new subsectors to play. Through all of this, the developers have been gathering feedback and working on a much larger update to bring a number of quality of life (QoL) changes to the game.
This update was first teased a few months ago when the latest season - "Khorne" - kicked off and was dubbed "Touch of the Omnissiah." You can check out a breakdown of some of the features that will be coming with this update over on the official website, but here are a few of the outstanding ones:
- Co-Op Campaign - Martyr's story will be available in co-op mode (2 - 4 players). This was previously single-player only.
- Faster Gameplay - Neocore has edited over 400 combat animations and actions to make the overall flow of combat feel much faster and smooth. You can see what that looks like in the video below.
- Crafting - Crafting gear will now be instant
- Unique Evolving Items - Some gear will have unique, powerful stats that are hidden at first, but will become available when certain challenges are completed
These are only some of the changes that are in store and more will be revealed closer to the update's release, whenever that may be.
Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr is available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Four player online co-op is currently supported in missions outside of the main story.