Inside Xbox 4/16 - Warhammer: Chaosbane Starts Second Beta Soon

Published: April 16, 2019 6:55 PM /


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At today's Inside Xbox, Microsoft announced another closed beta for the upcoming game Warhammer: Chaosbane. The beta is open to those who pre-order the game. Preload starts on April 17, while the actual beta begins on the 18th. It runs until April 24.

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This second beta follows the first one, which ran from March 7 to 13. The game features an isometric camera that overlooks up to four players. You can play the game alone or with your friends, and Chaosbane supports couch co-op. You can choose from four classes to play as, and your goal is to defeat enemies, gather loot, and defeat more enemies in the Warhammer universe.

Unlike the last beta, all four classes will be available in this one. Bragi Axebiter, the Dwarf-killer, and Elessa the Wood Elf will join the fray. Furthermore, you can actually connect with other players, creating a full party of four. This beta also adds a new region, showcasing a different location.

For those who want to play the game on Xbox One, there's a limited edition console and controller. The console has a demonic creature called the Bloodletter straddled upon it, giving the device an intimidating look. That's the same demon that lurks on the game's cover. It will be an Xbox One X, and you can join the giveaway on the official Xbox Twitter feed. Only two of those consoles and controllers have been made.

There are three different editions of the game available. The standard edition, of course, costs $60. The Deluxe Edition costs $5 more, and it adds a few more goodies, like early access to the game and a gold boost. However, the $80 Magnus Edition also throws in the season pass.

You can pre-order the game for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or PC. It releases on June 4 and expect to be hearing more about it here on TechRaptor.

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