A Grimdark Launch – Warhammer 40,000: Darktide review

In 2015, Swedish game studio Fatshark stepped into the co-op genre with Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide. I didn’t quite get it at first – it just seemed like a melee-focused, Warhammer knock-off of Left 4 Dead. After a revisit something clicked, and here I am with around 1,000 combined hours across Vermintide and 2018’s Warhammer: Vermintide II. To say I really like these games is an understatement, so when Fatshark announced a Warhammer 40,000 themed entry into the Tide “series”, I was excited.

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Flat Frontiers – A No Man’s Sky feature

Much like Rare’s Sea of Thieves, which I wrote about last year, No Man’s Sky has clearly been a labour of love for the studio behind it and Hello Games have redeemed themselves in many people’s eyes.

I picked the game up during 2020’s lockdown and played for a few months in both single-player and multiplayer. After close to a year’s break, and with the arrival of the new Frontiers update I decided to reinstall the game to have a look…

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