Warhammer Chaosbane Closed Beta Phase Two is Now Live

Developer Eko Software and publisher Bigben are excited to announce that the second phase of the Warhammer Chaosbane closed beta is now live. Those players who are fortunate enough to have secured themselves a place in the closed beta will now have even more access. 

If you pre-ordered Warhammer Chaosbane you would have received access to the closed beta and had the chance to play the sewers of Nuln and have a go at the soldier and mage characters. We certainly had a go and thought it was great.

At first glance, it’s a very good looking game and a bloody well put together hack and slash.

The overall quality of visuals is stunning, both in terms of the game itself and special effects the go off when you use a skill.

Warhammer Chaosbane Closed Beta

In the second phase of the Warhammer Chaosbane closed beta, players will have access to;

  • Playable campaign: the first three missions of Act 2 taking place in Praag as well as Act 1, which takes place in a Nuln that has been improved and reworked using the feedback the players provided during the first beta phase.
  • Two new playable characters join the Imperial soldier and the High-Elf mage: the Dwarf slayer and the Wood-Elf archer.
  • Maximum level: 25
  • Cooperative mode with up to four players locally or online in order to test the synergy between the four classes

Chaosbane is the first ever action-RPG set in the Warhammer fantasy universe. It sees players tackling the armies of Chaos in the heart of the Old World with four playable characters and four-player co-op.

Warhammer Chaosbane is coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One on June 4, 2019.

Leo Stevenson
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