‘Warhammer 40K: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters’ gets first major DLC

An growth pack for Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters, named Duty Eternal, has been introduced.

In a press release launched in the present day (November 22), Daemonhunters writer Frontier Foundry revealed that Duty Eternal will add new missions, an additional class, and a Venerable Dreadnought fight walker to the sport.

Set to launch on December 6 for Steam and the Epic Games Store, Duty Eternal will introduce “the most challenging” mission variant thus far – although gamers can be given entry to the highly effective Venerable Dreadnought towards the beginning of a brand new marketing campaign.

“This combat walker becomes a playable fifth member of the Grey Knights squad during any Technophage Outbreak-themed mission that appears across the campaign,” explains Frontier. “Like the other Grey Knights, Dreadnoughts can be customised with different unlockable weaponry to suit the player’s tactical needs.”

Additionally, a brand new class – named the Techmarines – can be obtainable to recruit. Techmarines can deploy Combat Servitors throughout missions, which can be utilized as “more expendable allies” and kitted out with particular talents. In battle, Techmarines are in a position to restore these Combat Servitors and any Venerable Dreadnoughts accompanying the squad on missions.

Outside of fight, Duty Eternal can even introduce a number of new options to the sport – together with a method for gamers to handle extra of Daemonhunters‘ time-delicate missions.

“Early on in the campaign, players who own this expansion will have the option to liberate and commandeer the Gladius Frigate, a second strike vessel which considerably extends the Grey Knights’ reach across the Tyrtaeus Sector,” says Frontier. “From aboard the Baleful Edict, commanders will deploy squads onto the Gladius Frigate then send the ship across space, facing the Bloom in locations the Edict cannot reach in time.”

Missions accomplished utilizing the Gladius Frigate can be resolved off-display, although any squad members concerned will nonetheless face “similar risks” to being managed by the participant.

Earlier within the month, Complex Games – the developer behind Daemonhunters – was acquired by Frontier.

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