Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor - Martyr is "Looking to Create the Next Step in Action RPGs" - Interview

Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor - Martyr is "Looking to Create the Next Step in Action RPGs" - Interview

Richard Walker

While Diablo has pretty much been setting the bar for action RPGs for some time now, many games have attempted to carve its own niche within the genre, like Victor Vran or The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing. Neocore Games is hoping to go one better with Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr, taking the "next step" for the action RPG.

But what does that mean exactly? You'll have to watch our interview with Neocore's PR & Marketing Manager David Martha to find out, while gleaning other pieces of information on the game including what the game's slightly unwieldy title is all about. There's a very good reason for it, obviously.

For more on Neocore's take on the Warhammer 40K universe, give our interview video a look below. Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr will be heading to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on 5th June. If you'd like to check out some gameplay too, hit this here link.

  • Own it on Steam since its Early Access release. There is no "Next Step", its a "Step Back". Typical Grind-It-Up-Action-RPG that failed to reach Diablo 2 level of quality. Crafting system is awful, Items/Stats system is awful, Skill Trees are boring, they tried to go for the story and it might be interesting, but the way its implemented is so bad that I even failed to catch any interest in doing story at all, just played random missions. By saying "Next Step" they probably mean they've tried to re-invent the wheel, and as far as my opinion goes - they failed at it, which is no surprise.
  • #1 thats a shame to hear. Thanks for the warning.
  • @1 That is SUPER disappointing to hear. I was looking forward to another game similar to Diablo.
  • @1; Considering the gameplay videos release so far and that this is the dev behind those Van Helsing games, there is little reason to doubt the general accuracy of your short review. On another note, why do they call this an -action- RPG?
  • This game is a buggy mess that should be avoided but the cherry on top, is the fact it's an online only game with terrible servers that are prone to crashing :(.
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