Les Nécrons arrivent dans Warhammer 40000 – Battlesector

Vous préférez les robots psychopathes à la sauce Space Marines ? Que vous soyez ou non amateurs de l’univers très satirique de Warhammer 40000, en tous cas le futur premier DLC du sympathique Battlesector pourrait vous intéresser.

Au programme, une nouvelle faction qui ne sera donc pas issue du Chaos, comme on aurait pu le penser, mais qui si vous ne faites pas attention vous mettra tout autant KO. D’autant plus que parmi les évolutions du gameplay, il sera possible à l’avenir de jouer une campagne combinant les deux factions du jeu de base et celle-ci. Autrement dit une guerre ouverte entre trois camps. Auxquels s’ajoutera semble-t-il de nouvelles sous-factions neutres. Voilà qui pourrait être amusant !

Pour plus d’informations sur Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector – Necrons, dont le réveil aura lieu à un moment ou un autre en 2022, voyez cette page sur Steam.

Concernant Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector, qui a aussi reçu un patch assez important (i.e. rééquilibrages divers, meilleure IA, optimisation des graphismes et de l’utilisation de la mémoire) fin octobre, voyez cette page sur Steam, ou celle-ci chez Slitherine

A lire également notre aperçu Warhammer 40000 – Battlesector, une Baalade en enfer et notre article Warhammer 40000 Battlesector : Par le sang de Sanguinius !



Dev Diary #5 – Necrons are coming to Battlesector!

++ Thought of the day ++
Though your service may be bold and unflinching, only in righteous death will the Emperor know your name.

Today we’ve announced a number of new additions coming to Battlesector in 2022. The team at Black Lab Games is really excited to be working on a new faction and a new campaign system.

Since launching Battlesector in July, we’ve seen a lot of requests for more factions. Today, we are pleased to announce the first new faction we’ll be adding to the game. Awakening after 60 million years of slumber, the Necrons
are coming to Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector.

Creating a faction for Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector is a significant task. There is a lot of work that goes into creating the highly detailed models and their animations, designing and implementing special abilities, balancing, writing and recording voice-overs, and more.

We are putting the same amount of effort and care into the Necrons as we did for the Blood Angels and Tyranids in the base game. Hopefully, this attention to detail comes through in the images above and below.

The Necron Faction Pack will be a paid DLC. You’ll be able to put Necron armies on the field in skirmish and multiplayer battles… and in a brand new campaign type.

The new campaign type will use an entirely new system. It is a “conquest-style” campaign, in which 3 factions – the Blood Angels, Tyranids and Necrons – battle to eliminate the two other factions from the map.

You’ll capture territory, build your army and battle for control of valuable resources that can turn the tide of war. Each playthrough will be unique and every battle takes place on a procedurally-generated map.
The new campaign type will be a free addition to Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector.

You’ll be able to play as the Blood Angels, the Tyranids, or if you own the Necron Faction Pack, the Necrons. You’ll be able to play against the Necrons whether you own the Necron Faction Pack or not.
We’ll talk more about the setting for the campaign in a future dev diary.

We can’t wait to share these additions with you. We don’t have a release date we can share yet, but we are working hard to ensure both the Necrons and the new “conquest-style” campaign are available in the early months of 2022.

As 2021 comes to a close, we’d like to thank you for supporting the game, and wish you a safe and happy holiday season.
– The Black Lab Games team


Slitherine reveals massive 2022 lineup during Home of Wargamers Live+ winter showcase

Epsom, Dec 14th 2021 – Slitherine ends a stunning year on a high with a second Home of Wargamers Live event. Just days after releasing Warhammer 40,000 Battlesector on Xbox, Windows and PlayStation to widespread acclaim, the British publisher steps up again; announcing three massive new games, additional content for existing franchises and lifts the veil on previously announced Stargate: Timekeepers and Broken Arrow gameplay.

“Our events are all about establishing a connection with the players and the community”, said Marco A. Minoli, CMO of Slitherine. “In a world that pre-records pretty much everything, we have made the choice to broadcast weekly live shows where we answer questions, engage with fans, and give information in a very direct way. Twice a year Home of Wargamers brings this notion to a wider, more comprehensive level; by involving media, influencers and, of course, the public in an all-encompassing update on what we are working on. We are proud to share our vision with anyone who wants to stop by and listen”.

Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector – Necrons DLC
During the Home of Wargamers Plus event, Slitherine announced the next step for Warhammer 40,000: Battlesector, the definitive battle scale turn-based strategy game set in the 41st Millenium, recently published on Xbox, Playstation and Windows Store. In 2022, a new Faction that will land on Baal Secundus: the ancient Necrons, with a full new roster of unique units and heroes. Also, the game will receive a new procedural campaign type as part of a free update, for greatly increased replayability.


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