[Update: Game Released] Games Workshop and Pixel Toys team up and announce Warhammer 40K: Freeblade for Android

[Update: Game Released] Games Workshop and Pixel Toys team up and announce Warhammer 40K: Freeblade for Android

Written by AndrewH

Games Workshop has partnered with developers Pixel Toys to create a new Warhammer 40K game for mobile devices. Officially called Warhammer 40K: Freeblade, this will be a very different kind of Warhammer 40K than we view for cellular devices so far.

Update: April 20th, 2016 7:26am PST: After a bit of a wait, Warhammer 40K: Freeblade has finally been unleashed onto Google Play this morning. If you’ve been waiting to snag a duplicate of this game, you can now achieve this through the new link at the bottom want to know ,. Downloading a copy of this game and playing it is free.

When you are looking at Warhammer 40K games, we end up finding either a side-scrolling arcade kind of game or a strategy type of title. However, when it comes to Warhammer 40K: Freeblade, farmville is a straight-up action title with an almost head-to-head type of combat. This can come with big mechs, plenty of weaponry, and plenty of action judging from what we can see within the trailer. Because the developers describe it, Warhammer 40K: Freeblade is much like “Paanzer Dragoon meets Walker within the Warhammer 40k universe“.

Players will assume control of an Imperial Knight, that is a giant armored mech with massive heavy weaponry. Apparently this can also be the very first time players happen to be because of the chance to control one of these simple mech in almost any Warhammer 40K game on any platform. The sport plays out in a third-person perspective and there will be over 40 missions to operate the right path through when the game launches. Some of these include dynamically-created Patrol missions.

On surface of that, the environment is really full destructible as well. If not attempting to complete missions, players can enter in the crafting system to make new gear for their mech. This includes making new gear or upgrading existing areas of your Imperial Knight. The combat system in this game is developed around a tap-to-shoot style of control: single-tap, double-tap and multi-tap gestures. It may sound such as this may be on-rails, a minimum of during the combat part. This may be the best thing since the combat seems just a little complex, which isn’t bad either.

For people thinking about farmville, Warhammer 40K: Freeblade is going to be landing on Android (phones and tablets) between the Autumn. Meanwhile, you can check out some of the gameplay action in the new announcement trailer below. There are any more screenshots below that you should check out.

Official Website: Warhammer 40K: Freeblade

Warhammer 40K: Freeblade (Playboard) | Warhammer 40K: Freeblade (Play Store)