Turn-Based Tabletop Adventure Comes To PC With Release Of Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times

Turn-Based Tabletop Adventure Comes To PC With Release Of Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times

Turn-Based Tabletop Adventure Comes To PC With Release Of Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times

Turn-Based Tabletop Adventure Comes To PC With Release Of Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times

Before you know it, another Warhammer series was released on Steam.

This turn-based rat bashing tactical game entitled Warhammer Quest 2: The End Time is finally out on PC. This game debuted in pocket telephones in 2017 and was quite decent and cool. This time, all these game DLCs which were sold in their previous mobile version were included as part of the game’s standard PC package.

For players who are game for some tactical monster smashing adventure in a fantasy world, then this game is a treat.

With the almost countless numbers of Warhammer games released every year, even philosophers are tied into knots pondering how many is enough for this kind of game. A few years back, game enthusiasts already declared that there a lot of Warhammer games but also not enough of it.

Gamers have already tried playing eight of the best, also played nine of the worst, yet there is still space left for more. With a variety of Warhammer games released, gamers and fans have imagined gameplays which didn’t exist in real life but should.

This long list of great Warhammer games in actually a game longer with the release of Warhammer Quest 2: The End Time via Steam.

Before the said release, the gaming community was suspecting, after reading the developer’s announcement, that this will be a knockoff of the previously launched Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide. Then again, after knowing more about the game, it was found out that it’s rather a turn-based type of game which has been patterned from the board game Warhammer Quest, a game which makes players fight off the evil forces headed by Chaos.

These evil forces are busy anticipating and working to hasten the end of the world. The said game features three different regions, with each region having its campaign quests, objectives, and enemies.

Aside from that, these three different regions also have their special opportunities, dungeons, events, settlements to travel around, and unique hero levels.

By merely looking the game’s appearance, it can be said that Warhammer Quest 2 is just like its very first predecessor. The only difference is in the fact that the former offers more enemies, more activities to do, more stuff to marvel upon, and more heroes, while having improved graphics.

Those who have tried playing the game commented that the game is neither great nor bad to be part of the best or worst games list.