Last June Warhammer Chaosbane launched for Playstation 4, XBox One and PC. The man who composed the soundtrack for that game was Chance Thomas, a professional whose resume includes games like DOTA 2, The Lord of the Rings Online and King Kong. Warhammer Chaosbane was his most recent project, and in this new video, Thomas reveals the secrets to his composition process.
There are several competing PC video game storefronts out there, but Steam commands the lion’s share of attention, purely through the inertia of being the one most relied on. There’s also GMG, Humble, and the Epic Games Store, plus the e-markets built into your computer like the Microsoft Store and iOS. At the bottom of the list is Origin, the storefront from Electronic Arts, which consumers only use begrudgingly when one of EA’s own games forces them to.
Warhammer Chaosbane is almost upon us! In a matter of days the action-RPG will launch on consoles and PC — a bit earlier if you shelled out for the Super Duper Calafragilistic Collectors Limited Edition Thing. But publisher Bigben and developer Eko Software want you to know that the end of the game isn’t really the END of the game. They have their DLC plans all roadmapped out, and today they shared it all with us.
If you missed the first closed beta for Warhammer: Chaosbane, you’ve got a second chance. The second beta beings today for those who hold a preorder (and it’s not too late to get one and qualify). Here’s what you’ll find awaiting you:
Today is the day! If you have the preorder ticket, you can start playing the closed beta for Warhammer: Chaosbane for an entire week. The servers will shut down March 13 at 1 AM Pacific, but until then, here’s what you can play through…
The next Warhammer game is on the way! Bigben Interactive and Eko Software’s Warhammer: Chaosbane is now on track for a June 4 general release, but you can start playing earlier than that if you really want to.
Warhammer: Chaosbane is on the way! It’s coming this April to Playstation 4, XBox One and PC. It’s time to meet the first of its four playable characters: the drawf Bragi Axebiter.
The next Warhammer game is on the way! Warhammer: Chaosbane is now on track for a June 4 general release, but you can start playing earlier than that if you really want to.