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Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr’s Season One content goes live on console

Already out on the PC version, Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr has launched its first season of DLC for consoles. The Dark Eldar have arrived.

Launched not all that long ago, Inquisitor – Martyr already offered a healthy-sized quest. Aside from the lengthy main storyline, there was also a spread of side-missions and such to keep fans busy. As we said in our review, there was a lot to the game. And now there’s even more.

The Drukhari (Dark Eldar) invaded the PC version of Inquisitor – Martyr via a free pack of DLC that started “season one”. And now that content is finally spilling over into the console versions of the game, with the new DLC pack for the PS4 and Xbox One.

Much like the PC version, it’s free.

The Drukhari arrive

Here’s what’s included in the pack:

  • New enemy faction: Drukhari (Dark Eldar)
  • New subsector: Five new systems with numerous new points of interests
  • New story: Three new investigations, focusing on the Dark Eldar
  • Level cap increased from 50 to 70
  • New achievements and trophies

Though this is the first, it’s definitely not the last of the fresh content for the game. Developer/publisher NeocoreGames says that there will be “many more” packs like this, a plan that they’re calling the first of its kind on consoles.

While we don’t know what future packs will offer, we do know some generalities that make them sound like something 40k fans should be happy about. Namely, that each season will have “new enemy types, new investigations and new conflicts.” Each season will also kick off the same way, first on the PC and then moving to consoles.

So if you’re already playing Inquisitor – Martyr, you might want to set yourself up for the long haul. Neocore’s vision of the far future is most certainly not ending any time soon.

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