Posts Tagged ‘Warhammer 40000: Space Wolf’

Warhammer 40k: Space Wolf hunting on PC in 2017

SPACE WOLF. SPACE WOLF! SPACE Wait what is this again? Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf [official site], to remind you, is a card-driven, turn-based tactical combat game about space vikings scrapping with space demons. We’ve not mentioned Space Wolf since it was announced in 2013 but now, after a stretch on pocket telephones, it’s on its way to PC. Developers HeroCraft have announced that they’ll launch Space Wolf into early access in February. Read the rest of this entry »

Soon Among Us: Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf

Space wolves, yesterday.

It seems like MOBAs have a rival for in the race to be the current wrong-headed obsession of the industry. Games Workshop have announced that, like everyone else, they’re making a free-to-play collectible card game. It’s called Warhammer 40k: Space Wolf, it’s out next Spring, and there’s a brief, underwhelming trailer below.
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Barking Up The Right Tree? Space Wolf

Choo-choo! All aboard the possible disappointment train, it’s another Warhammer 40,000 video game! Alright, so Space Hulk didn’t go the way it should have┬ádespite having everything going for it. Let’s pack it up in its own little space and it can gestate, get a patch or two. The new boy riding into town with shining pale blue armour is Space Wolf, a collectible card game focused on the feral Space Marine legion. Most interestingly, developers Herocraft are promising a “tactical combat and CCG fusion” where cards will be played and then visualised in “glorious, interactive 3D environments.”

Hmmmmmmm. Desperate attempts not to set myself up for another wasted purchase after the jump.

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