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Warhammer Chaosbane: announced the dates of the closed Beta

Bigben and Eko Software are pleased to announce the dates of the first phase of the Closed Beta of Warhammer: Chaosbane the first Action RPG set in the Warhammer fantasy universe , which will be released on June 4.

The two phases of Beta will be accessible to all players who have pre-ordered the game (Standard, Digital Deluxe or Magnus). The pre-orders will remain open throughout the period of availability of the Beta.

The first phase will begin on March 7 and will last until March 13 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam.

  • download will be available from March 6 to 10 am Italian time
  • Beta will start March 7 at 10 am Italian time
  • The first phase of the Beta will end March 13th at 10am Italian time

In this Beta, players will be able to grow their characters up to level 20 explore the sewer line of Nuln, and fight the Nurgle demons. The Beta can be played in the cooperative mode up to 4 players both locally and online. There will be two playable characters: Konrad the Imperial soldier, and Elontir the High Elf. In preparation for the launch of the first phase of Beta, EKO Software has collected a large number of questions from the community and has responded to all in the attached video at the opening of the news

First Action-RPG to take place in the world of Warhammer, Warhammer : Chaosbane invites players to immerse themselves in the Old World, still marked by the Great War against Chaos – bloody conflict that took place several years earlier. Players will take on the role of humans, tall elves, elves, or dwarves, and will discover several iconic locations such as the city of Praag, or Nuln, the capital of the Empire at the time that Chaosbane is set. Warhammer: Chaosbane will be available for PlayStation 4TM, Xbox One, and PC from June 4, 2019 and May 31 for owners of the Magnus Edition.

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