NeocoreGames‘ next hopeful title got a brand new trailer, too, although the gameplay feels a little slow at the moment.
Quoting the press release, „with the help of our amazing community we have come a long way since the release of the Founding Alpha in February. The Alpha 2.0 patch is an important milestone in the development of Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr. Now we’re at a state where the base gameplay is nearly done, and we can start adding new content and features while continuously optimizing the performance of the game. The main purpose of the Alpha 2.0 patch is to balance the classes and the overall gameplay, but it also adds new items and improves the graphical quality of the game.”
If you attend Gamescom, you could play a new build of the Hungarian developers’ Warhammer game, as they will be out in Cologne, Germany. Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor – Martyr has no release date yet, but it’s likely that it will pop up on Steam next year.