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Warhammer Quest 2 released for iOS and Android, brings board gaming to the End Times

The original Warhammer Quest was one of the best translations of a board game ta video game ever. Warhammer Quest 2 refines the formula, and brings the old world’s End Times into focus.

The End Times have really been playing into Warhammer video games in a big way. I guess that’s to be expected, since it wasn’t all that long ago that the storyline fundamentally changed Games Workshop’s tabletop titles.

From what I can gather, there’ve been some huge changes. While I haven’t played in years, I know that a new age has been ushered in post-End Times. It’s brought fresh rules, and new alliances and characters. I assume that we’ll be seeing that play into the video games before long. It might not be too far off either, as we’re starting to see End Times aplenty.

So far, the Vermintide games have played out some of the intro to the event, as well as the full-blown End Times in its current sequel. As for this game, it looks like it’ll be a continuation of its first title as well, and also like Vermintide, it’ll be digging into End Times in a big way.

The end is the beginning


Man does that look great. And again, if you played the original you’ll notice lots of additions. That includes a beefy new story campaign, that’ll set you against plenty of dreaded Chaos beasts.

Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times is available right now on iOS and Android devices.

Here a rundown of what you can expect:

  • 4 playable Warriors to lead into dungeons.
  • Over 25 brand new enemy types to defeat.
  • More than 200 weapons, armours and skills to collect.
  • Full 10 part story campaign to fight through.
  • Use your skill to solve travel events.
  • Unlock over 40 tricky achievements.
  • Use iCloud and Google Drive to synchronize your games across all your devices.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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