there’s a lot of action-saturated, tactically-driven fun to be had when you look at Gladius for what it truly is: a really well-done, turn-based 40K wargame. It’s one of the best turn-based 40K games I’ve played through that lens.” IGN“ Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Relics of War is further proof that we shouldn’t look at AAA studios to deliver a good 40K strategy experience.” Strategy Gamer “Too many strategy games mistake detail for design, activity for gameplay. Gladius knows better. Quarter to Three JOIN THE DISCORD ABOUT THIS GAME Gladius Prime was known to Imperial scholars as a planet of archaeological interest. During its colonization ancient relics were found, revealing hints of a shrouded past. But it was more than relics. Something awakened, an unspeakable horror from an ancient past, and the citizens of Gladius found themselves trapped in a terrible war for survival.
Gladius Prime was once a planet of peace. Now there is only war. Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – Relics of War brings you to a world of terror and violence with the first turn-based 4X strategy game set in the Warhammer universe. Face challenging AI or cooperate or compete with friends and strangers across the globe.Play as one of four iconic Warhammer factions (Astra Militarum, Space Marines, Orks or Necrons), each with their own unique playstyle and technology tree. Explore a randomly generated world filled with special features and threatening wildlife that can crush your troop’s morale. Secure control of powerful ancient artefacts to grant you an edge against rival factions.Construct cities, buildings and fortifications to expand your empire and produce an army to vanquish your foes. Harvest resources and research new technologies to fuel and upgrade your machinery of war.
So I like this game, but I’m gonna have to say don’t get it because it unfortunately suffers from Paradox syndrome The core gameplay is solid and it’s cool seeing all the units in it, along with lore writeups and other little details. It also goes to lengths to include a lot of units that you see on the tabletop but that don’t see in other games… Or it would, if not for DLC. The base game has 4 available factions, with FIVE locked behind individual DLC packs. It’s not even like in Total War games where you can interact with the factions, just need the DLC to play them (Not that I like this practice at all), but they flat out cannot be used in your game if you do not own the DLC. The fact that over 50% of factions aren’t even included in the base game is ridiculous and totally unreasonable.
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