Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr (Catch All)

So I've fallen back in with this game after my friend told me about a guide he made to speed run void crusades, and it's awesome, so I thought I'd share it with y'all.

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfil...

I do like void crusades, but they can sometimes be really tedious. This way, they take a fraction of the time, and you still get plenty of fun XP and loot. I've found some really nice stuff in my three runs, and I'm looking forward to more.

Inquisitor offline mode is now available. https://neocoregames.com/en/communit...

Oh, also, new class coming in October

Veloxi wrote:

Oh, also, new class coming in October

This looks like exactly what I've wanted in an ARPG since Dungeon Siege 2.

The steam page for the Hierophant class is now up.

https://store.steampowered.com/app/3...

polq37 wrote:
Veloxi wrote:

Oh, also, new class coming in October

This looks like exactly what I've wanted in an ARPG since Dungeon Siege 2.

Well that’s an interesting comparison. I loved loved loved DS2 - I’ll have to take a closer look at this one.

So it's funny. I recently heard that the latest season of Diablo IV is really fun, so I reinstalled it and gave it a whirl. To Blizzard's credit, they indeed have made D4 a lot more fun than it was at launch. It's faster, more visceral, and has far better loot for your specific class.

That said, like last time, the more I played D4, the more I found myself missing things about Inquisitor. The self-contained level maps, which could be rotated. The brutal, wonderful violence. The fire and blood all over the place.

So I loaded up Inquisitor for the first time in a month, and it felt like I was home again after a long vacation. Granted, I wish it did some things a little better, especially in regards to its loot, but overall, it's still my favorite ARPG ever.