The lights are on
Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade has its first teaser trailer, which begins to set the stage for the upcoming MMO battle. Behaviour’s online RPG isn’t available yet, but if you want to spend some money to ensure your early access, that’s certainly an option.
Founder’s Packs for Eternal Crusade begin at $40, giving you a game code and early (but not the earliest) access, and some in-game currency. If you want access to the game in the first wave, that pack will cost you $120 (but also comes with more in-game currency).
The most expensive Founder Pack will run you $450. This comes with enough currency to purchase every item for all four factions. The game will launch with eighteen classes, four each for the Orks, Space Marines, and Chaos Marines. The Eldar will have six different classes available.
You can read more on the game’s website. Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade will be out on PC and new-gen consoles. The Founder's Packs apply to the PC version only, which looks to be on track for release in 2015.
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Oh look another mmo free to play. Well take a number and get in line
The game MIGHT be very good but,even the biggest 40K diehard would be hardpressed to drop that much money on a whim which is saying something since the figurines are quite pricey nowadays.(But,infused with loads of quality!)
And then like the other Warhammer MMO, it's shut down after a few years because of licensing.
$450? $60 sounds way better!!!
I know gamers do some stupid stuff with money, but sheesh just wait till the game launches...unless you've got enough disposable income to where money does not matter
No game should cost 450, this is a fking travesty! Everyone should be insulted by these types of asking prices.
Anyone who backs Kickstarters/crowd funding is a complete dickhead.
"The most expensive Founder Pack will run you $450. This comes with enough currency to purchase every item for all four factions."
So, basically Pay2Win.
God, the Game Industry is just pure trash, nowadays.