Game Developer – Meet the Forces of Nurgle as Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters Developer Diary 2 emerges from the Warp

As the Gray Knights groom their forces, players are invited to take a first look at the enemies who gather to reinforce Bloom’s corrupting influence.

Frontier Foundry, the game label of Frontier Developments plc (AIM: FDEV, ‘Frontier’), today unveiled the second developer diary for the upcoming Warhammer 40,000 tactical turn-based RPG: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters, in partnership with developers Complex Games and the creator of Warhammer 40,000 Games workshop.

Players are greeted again by the Creative Director of Complex Games Noah Decter-Jackson and lead designer Peter Schnabl. They are joined by the senior programmer David reimer to introduce the main antagonists of the campaign and how players will battle Bloom himself across individual missions and the entire industry.

In the second in a three-part video series, “Episode 2 – Seeding the Bloom” takes an in-depth look at Bloom and how it mutates Nurgle’s forces, challenging players to evolve their strategies throughout the game. game. When a planet is infected, unpredictable warp surges can occur during missions, summoning enemy reinforcements or boosting their abilities. Not only do enemies evolve throughout the campaign, but also Bloom himself, with a variety of “strains” that further increase the danger of combat missions plus the plague is left to corrupt a planet.

Iconic black bookcase author Aaron Dembski-Bowden also joins the developers to provide additional information on Nurgle, his minions and the dreaded Death Guard. The developer’s diary ends with the introduction of a familiar face as Bloom’s engine, the Prince of Decay and Death Guard Primarch, Mortarion. In addition to the Pale King, the Complex Games team presents the unique challenges posed by each of the game’s boss encounters; towering major demons and cunning demon princes who must be defeated in their own realm, between real space and the Warp.

For fans of the Warhammer 40,000 tabletop experience, this episode of Beyond the Gate presents an in-depth look at the influence of lore on Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters, bringing the dark darkness of the distant future to life through armaments and capabilities. Aaron also explores the process of bringing his storytelling talents to video games, including an introduction to Bloom and what makes this bane unique among Nurgle’s previous “gifts”.

As the forces of Chaos pour out of the gate, the galaxy awaits the arrival of the Gray Knights to clean up the corruption in the final part of the Dev Diary series, as well as other updates on Warhammer 40,000: Chaos. Gate – Daemonhunters in 2022.

Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters will be released for PC in 2022 on Steam and the Epic game store, published by Frontier Foundry, and is now available on wishlist.

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About Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters

Lead the legendary Gray knights against a galaxy-wide plot to infect worlds with the Cosmic Plague in a turn-based tactical RPG set in the dark universe of Warhammer 40,000. Developed by Complex Games, in partnership with Frontier Foundry, and featuring a story written by the famous Black bookcase author Aaron Dembski-Bowden, Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters offers satisfying strategic action in the 41st Millennium.

About Frontier

Frontier is a leading independent video game developer and publisher founded in 1994 by David Braben, co-author of the iconic game Elite. Situated at Cambridge, Frontier uses its proprietary COBRA game development technology to create leading innovative games, primarily for personal computers and video game consoles. In addition to self-publishing games developed in-house, Frontier also publishes games developed by carefully selected partner studios under its Frontier Foundry games label.

About Frontier Foundry

Frontier Foundry is Frontier Developments’ dedicated gaming label. By partnering with quality external developers and leveraging the company’s proven publishing expertise, Frontier Foundry is uniquely positioned to bring players new, unique and memorable games that push the boundaries and create a legacy.

On Games workshop

Games Workshop Group PLC (LSE: GAW.L), based in Nottingham, United Kingdom, produces the best fantasy miniatures in the world. Games workshop designs, manufactures, sells and distributes its line of Warhammer Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000 games, miniature soldiers, novels and scale models in over 523 of its own (branded Games workshop or Warhammer), its own online store and independent retail channels in over 50 countries around the world. More information on Games workshop and its other related brands and product lines (including its ‘Black Library’ publishing division and ‘Forge World’ special resin miniatures studio) can be found at www.games-workshop.com.

About complex games

Complex Games has been an independent Canadian video game development studio for 20 years. Having cut our teeth working on a ton of games for a variety of publishers and platforms over the years, we’ve since gone out on our own to create games that we are truly passionate about. Our first step on this new path to independence is Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters.

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