After months of delays, Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr is finally available on Xbox One. Unlike traditional Warhammer games, this is a Diablo-like experience which takes place in the grim universe. According to the developer, it takes the genre to the next level. The game is presented as an open-world sandbox adventure in a persistent universe with a huge variety of missions, brutal combat in destructible environments, and a story influenced by the community.
Warhammer: Inquisitor – Martyr was supposed to launch a few months ago, but was delayed until August. You can purchase it for $59.99 right now through the Xbox Store. The game features Xbox One X enhancements and upgrades the resolution 1440p. Unfortunately, you'll have to wait a few days for the physical edition which is coming on August 28.
The Warhammer: Inquisitor – Martyr Imperium Edition costs $79.99 and comes with the season pass. There's also a Warhammer: Inquisitor – Martyr Deluxe Edition available with an emote and personalized footprints for $64.99.
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