The Ultimate Edition of Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor – Martyr is loaded up with boosts to the core game, as well as plenty of DLC and more.
No one expects the Inquisition (again)
Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Ultimate Edition, the first action RPG to be set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, features both fast-paced and tactical combat, featuring multiple classes of the Inquisition who carry out the Emperor’s will. From destructible environments and a cover-based combat system, to skill trees and a wide range of vehicles and weapons, the game offers a truly unique experience.NACON press release
Starring as an Inquisitor, players can take on the forces of Chaos as a Crusader, a Tech-Adept, an Assassin, or a Psyker. The Ultimate Edition includes quite a bit more than the core game though, bumping the title up with 4K support, hi-res textures, improved physics, cross-gen multiplay, and use of the DualSenas controller (for PS5).
Here’s what you can expect from the game itself:
- The first action RPG set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe
- Four character classes with three variants each
- More than 60 weapons, hundreds of active and passive skills, 18 unique skill trees and dozens of class-specific perks to create your own style of play
- A persistent open world
- A Cabal creation system to build factions of Inquisitors
- Tactical and brutal battles set within a storyline faithful to the Warhammer 40,000 universe
- Online multiplayer mode for up to four players and two-player local co-op mode, exclusively on consoles
- Free and paid post-launch DLC (missions, new game modes, upgrades, etc.)
- Massive, constantly updated endgame
- Complex itemization and crafting system
Warhamemr 40K: Inquisitor – Ultimate Edition is out now for the Xbox Series X|S and PS5. If you already own the title on the previous generation’s console, you’ll also get a nifty 50% discount on the new edition.