Three mobile game studios: Tilting Point, Games Workshop, and Hunted Cow, are joining forces to make a brand new Warhammer game titled Warhammer: Chaos & Conquest for Android. This game is set to take place before Warhammer 40,000. The universe is driven by the powers of light and dark, and you will play as an evil Chaos Lord with an ambition of conquering all civilizations. To do that, you will have to take over territories, build dark temples, and perform malicious rituals to summon a powerful army of daemons led by mighty dark warriors called Chaos Champions. Right now, Warhammer: Chaos & Conquest is under a beta run in the Philippines. If that beta manages to do well, we will probably see a global release next year.
Warhammer 40,000 is definitely a well-loved title that has generated some great video games. Now, Warhammer: Chaos & Conquest challenges the player’s ability to see the big picture and think ahead. In order to keep expanding your empire, you must manage your resources carefully and fight your battles well. Of course, champions of the just will rise to challenge you, so you will have to use your forces efficiently and take good care of your Chaos Champions to crush them all and exert your dominance over the entire realm.
You can play Chaos & Conquest by yourself, or you can choose to join forces with your friends in multi-player to conquer other worlds. Ultimately, however, there can only be one Supreme Ruler, so you will have to turn on your friends in the end.
All three studios involved in the making of Warhammer: Chaos & Conquest have had some notable works under their belts. The Games Workshop has a fair amount of experience with Warhammer, having produced both tabletop and video games in the franchise. Hunted Cow, while small, is the name behind the classic MMORPG Fallen Sword and various other games. Meanwhile, Tilting Point is somewhat of an X-factor. Strictly speaking, it is not a game developing studio. Instead, it provides other developers with ideas and helps with the execution as well. The studio is home to many veterans in the mobile game industry and has contributed to the creation of several hits like Operation: New Earth and TerraGenesis - Space Settlers, which has won an Editors' Choice award. The prospect of these three coming together is certainly exciting