Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor – Martyr special editions revealed

Neocore and Bigben are revealing the bonuses for preorders and the different Xbox One and PlayStation 4  editions of Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor — Martyr.

By pre-ordering the console game right now in stores, players will have access to the mission Charybdis Outpost: an investigation offering several hours of extra gameplay in the heart of a run-down, ancient Imperial prison, with access to never-before-seen environments with unique characteristics.

The game will soon be available for digital preorder. This version’s bonus is a Servo-skull: a drone made from the skulls of the Empire’s most loyal servants. As an added bonus, PlayStation 4TM players will also enjoy a dynamic theme featuring the cathedral-ship Martyr.

Numerous other digital bonuses will be available for those that order the Deluxe or Imperium editions.

Deluxe Edition:

  • Imperial decoration: two statues representing the Emperor’s faithful subjects to decorate the game hub.
  • Skull trail: this exclusive animation will make blazing skulls appear behind you like footprints.
  • Skulldust Emote: Surround yourself with the dust of your enemies’ crushed skulls using this exclusive emote.
  • Game soundtrack (only for PlayStation 4  players.)

Imperium Edition:

  • All of the Deluxe Edition bonuses.
  • Steelbook® ornamented with skulls (only available in stores)
  • The Season Pass, which will contain a lot of additional content, such as never-before-seen investigations, new campaigns with additional loot, familiars, and extra emotes.

While you’re waiting to take advantage of the bonuses in-game, check out this video revealing the numerous types of enemies, each more dangerous than the last, waiting for you, and how to use vehicles to take them out:

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor — Martyr will be available May 11th, 2018 on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

Jim Smale

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