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Coming to an Xbox One or PlayStation 4 near you about a month later than expected. Originally scheduled for release next month, developer Neocore notes that the delay is due to complexity of the action-RPG and mechanics that have been "entirely redesigned for console players, with the addition of unique functionalities such as local multiplayer". Pushing back the release to July 5.

Local co-op in a Warhammer-based action-RPG, yes please. In addition to procedurally generated maps a full cinematic campaign is also coming which looks pretty cool as per the intro below.



Neocore notes that "in order to ensure the best possible quality of the game, the development team will need another month in order to refine the final details of this Action-RPG". Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr is out July 5.



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