A Popular Warhammer Game is Yours For FREE on Steam – But You’ll Have to Hurry!

Love the world of Warhammer 40,000, where there’s no peace, only eternal war? Do you love strategy games where every decision you make counts? Then now is a great time to try one of the best 4X games set in this universe. Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Relics of War is a game that focuses not only on combat, but also on building, exploring and dominating.


The game features four different factions to choose from: the elite Space Guards, loyal soldiers of the Empire; the fierce Orcs, who know only combat and destruction; the creepy Necrons, who awaken from their ancient graves; and the dutiful Astra Militarum, who have countless soldiers and vehicles at their disposal. Each faction has its own play style and tech tree, which you can develop as you progress. In the game you’ll not only have to deal with enemy factions, but also the dangerous environment of the planet Gladius Prime. On the planet, you can find ancient relics that give you special abilities, but be careful, because others will want to get them too. Build cities, buildings and fortifications to expand your empire and strengthen your army. You can choose from a wide range of units in your army, including some of the best-known figures from the board game. During combat, you can take advantage of the unique abilities of your units and combine them with each other.

Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Relics of War is an exciting and challenging game that you can play alone against the AI, or in multiplayer mode with friends or aliens in a cooperative or competitive environment. The game is available to download for free on Steam now until 1 June. But hurry, because this offer won’t last forever! Don’t miss this unique opportunity to take part in a brutal war on the planet Gladius Prime!

Source : GameRant

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