Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade Review – Jump on the Bandwagon

The Warhammer universe is now starting to become mainstream and many developers are jumping in on the bandwagon, like those who have made Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade. The series first originated as a tabletop game, came across PC titles, and can now be played on mobile devices with this addition. With this mobile videogame, it challenges players to fight while riding a mech suit. You, as the player, will battle against Orcs and Chaos Maries. These are the prime enemies of your race, the Space Marines. What comes next is a simple tap and shoot style of gameplay, but it all comes with adrenaline pumping clashes with other mech suits across a map.

Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade Review - Jump on the Bandwagon

Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade Benefits Greatly From the Classic Tabletop Universe

In Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade,  you will take control of what may be an Iron Man-wannabe that has donned a Hulkbuster-esque armor. Said suit of armor packs some serious firepower. You will play as this behemoth of a mech suit and you will be wreaking havoc against your enemies.

What’s good about the Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade (iOS) is that it is compatible with the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus’ 3D Touch feature. You can use said feature to activate your mech suit’s heavy artillery.

Each level has been crafted and designed very well by the developer, Pixel Toys. They have made sure that they let players experience something very important while playing the game in short bursts. Even though it lacks the appeal of letting you play for hours on end, it is the perfect mobile game to play from time-to-time. For instance, if you’re waiting for the bus to arrive or for when you’re waiting for someone in a coffee shop, you can whip out your iPhone and start playing it, then gladly put the phone away after the bus or the individual you’re waiting for has arrived.

What makes this game very appealing is its graphics. The developer has designed its visuals with beauty in every detail in mind. For a mobile game, it is an absolute wonder to the eyes. The Orcs’ green skin are a joy to look at, and you can even do nothing at times to just watch the beautiful way the crumbling buildings are made.

But it’s not all about the good about Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade as this mobile game seems to be a little bit too obsessed with micro-transactions and in-app purchases. You can grind through levels and missions to get the more powerful suits of armor and weaponry, but that would take an immense amount of time and effort. You might even be tempted at times to just whip out your credit card instead.


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