It appears Neocore Games may have jumped the pony a little to quick and squeezed off a load of enthusiasm into the emperor’s saddle a bit too early. Back in March they announced that Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor – Martyr would be graduating from Early Access on March 11th. Well, it turns out that the game has been delayed and it will actually be graduating from Early Access on June 5th, along with releasing on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The Hungarian developers have been working on the game for quite some time after finally finishing up the Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing series for home consoles and PC. The upcoming Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor – Martyr is a Diablo-style clone designed in the framework of Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000 universe.
The game revolves around players taking on the role of a Grand Inquisitor from the Caligari Sector, where they must fight through a region infested with heretics, mutants, and the Chaos.
The game – much like Neocore’s Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing – supports up to four player cooperative play, progressing through a persistent universe with a variety of missions and objectives.
In light of the delay, Neocore released a new trailer for the game to highlight some of the boss fights that players will encounter throughout their journey. You can check it out below.
The trailer starts by showcasing some of the mid-tier threats that players will frequently face off against before moving on to slightly tougher opponents that can randomly spawn anywhere on the map.
The three minute trailer then continues to scale up the ladder, showcasing some of the more horrific bosses you’ll do battle with, from the Chaos-ridden Terminator, to a giant Exterminator.
There’s a rather impressive display of deadly enemies that will make your life miserable. The best part about it is that the bosses they show off aren’t even the most dangerous bosses in the game. Players will also be able to commandeer an Imperial Titan, stomping through levels and absolutely destroying everything in their path.
You can look for the game to launch in early June for home consoles and PC. You can learn more by visiting the official Neocore website.