Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Prophecy Standalone Review
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Please note that this Review may contain spoilers from the Original game
Some key points that this Standalone Expansion offers:
- New Playable Class
- New Campaign
- New Settings
- New Enemy Races
W40K Inquisitor Martyr left us with a hefty cliff-hanger… An Uber powerful warrior, age old conspiracies mixed in with so much secrecy… An Inquisitor’s dream job to depict!
Now it’s back continuing that story and with it comes some new goodies and features. A new 2.0 rule set along with a variety of other mechanics that have joined the Prophecy. You do not need to own Martyr to play Prophecy, but if you do, your character progression will be carried over to Prophecy and you can pick up where you left off.
- New Class; Take the fight to the Emperor’s enemies as a Tech-Adept Inquisitor. Summon constructs to go into battle with you and enjoy a whole new battle concept.
- New Campaign, Three additional chapters have been added to the game, with one focusing on introducing the Tech-Adept class.
- New Mission settings to battle and lead missions on.
- New Races have joined the ranks of the soon to be dead. The Aeldari and the Tyrandis.
MGR Gaming’s Conclusions:
Martyr was great in its own right. Sure, it had some flaws and issues, but they have done a decent job updating and improving the game. Prophecy is the next step, with it came so many new features and improvements.
Prophecy makes use of the same engine and mechanics that Martyr does, it was just overhauled and improved upon. The new 2.0 rules add some new challenges to the gameplay upping the antics, and the upgraded co-op campaign options really make this a fun game to play with friends.
The new enemy races along with the new settings breathe some new life and visuals into the game world, something it sorely needed and lacked with the original game. The continuation of the campaign takes the story to a whole new level of excitement. Prophecy also concluded the journey we have started way back then…
All things considered, if they take what they did in Prophecy and take it one step further a sequel will be very close to a Diablo like game. This is something we can do with, especially one in the Warhammer 40,000 universe.
The Official trailer for Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor –Prophecy:
Date: 3 August 2019
Platforms: PC: Xbox One: PlayStation 4
Genre: Action: Action RPG: Adventure: Aliens: Co-op: Futuristic: Games Workshop: Gore: Hack and Slash: Indie: Isometric: Loot: Multiplayer: Online Co-Op: Open World: RPG: Sci-fi: Singleplayer: Violent: Warhammer 40K
Censor Rating: Blood & Gore: Violence
Age Rating: 17
Release Date: 30 July 2019
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