Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times on Nintendo Switch. Success in battle is rewarded with new weapons, armours, skills and treasure. Explore the war-torn fantasy Warhammer world! Be on your guard as you travel through a world in turmoil. The road holds danger for the heedless traveller, but rich rewards for the wary hero. Explore three regions, each with their own enemy sets, objectives and multi-part campaign quests.
Visit towns to barter in markets, discover new quests, and level up your warriors to gain new skills and gameplay possibilities. Paths between dungeons are littered with events and opportunities to improve your chance of victory in the next turn-based battle!
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You start the game with a captain of the empire and a dark elf. But as you play through the game, you unlock an additional 12 different classes of hero. There is also well over 200 different weapons and armour allowing for a very unique gaming experience.
The fighting is done with a top-down view and using turn-based attacks. The AP of each character governs the amount of movement and attacks they have. After a few battles, it becomes key that you know which group of characters are best against which enemy.
The basic gameplay is to explore the dungeon, kill all the baddies and collect all the loot. The enemies are what makes the game entertaining as it is a huge roster of enemies. This also plays into the customisation of your characters, as you need to make sure they are protected.
Though this is a mobile port, there has been a lot of work put into it. Things like performance and new content have all been worked on. the dynamic camera zoom is a great feature and works well on handheld mode.
One negative is that the game can feel a bit samey. You end up attacking the same dungeon multiple times, as it works out the fastest way to level up your characters.
Overall, Warhammer Quest 2: The End Times on Nintendo Switch is a fun tactile game for the Switch. Though repetition is part of the game, this doesn’t take away from the eclectic mix of enemies and characters. Finally, check out Jabba Reviews. Also, follow us on Twitter or Facebook.
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