Mordheim comes to Nintendo SwitchMordheim comes to Nintendo Switch

Mordheim comes to Nintendo Switch

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Legendary Games announce the launch of Mordheim: Warband Skirmish, based on Games Workshop®’s Mordheim™ on Nintendo Switch. 
 
Mordheim: Warband Skirmish will be the first Warhammer licensed game on Nintendo Switch eShop.  A premium version of the highly user rated (averaging a rating of 4.2/5) smart device application, it will launch worldwide on the 26thNovember retailing at £19.99, $24.99 and €24.99.

Mordheim comes to Nintendo SwitchMordheim comes to Nintendo Switch

 
Players explore the ruins of the City of Mordheim, clash with other scavenging warbands and collect Wyrdstone - valuable shards from the comet that destroyed the city.  The Switch version will include accelerated graphics and four factions to play from the start:  Skaven - Skulking sinister rat men who need Wyrdstone to thrive and the three principle human mercenary protagonists Reiklanders, Middenheimers, Marienburgers each representing one of the factions pitted against each other in a brutal civil war over who should sit in the throne as Emperor. More factions will follow in future updates as a DLC, including:

  • Undead – Agents of the Vampire Counts, helping their bid to control the living
  • Witch Hunters – Agents of the Grand Theologonist who will burn first and ask questions later
  • Sisters of Sigmar – The only faction with remotely honourable intentions
  • Cult of the Possessed – Men who have turned to the dark powers of salvation

 
CEO Ewan Lamont said “Mario this isn’t, the Warhammer world is not cutesy and cuddly it is a brutal universe and it doesn’t get more dangerous than a ruined city teaming with rival warbands and monstrous horrors. A core game feature is permanent death and permanent injury!”
 
Key Features:
● Tactical turn-based gameplay with incredible action sequences
● Recruit, customise and train your Warband
● A rich, powerful and immersive fantasy world
● Continuous planned updates, including extra content and map variations.
● “Graphic novel” art style with a grim undertone perfectly setting the scene of the harrowing city of Mordheim

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