If you are a fan of everything Warhammer, Sharp eyes: Skeleton of the Skeleton Throne The event returns a more impactful name, Warhammer skull, Tomorrow (June 3).
The week-long Warhammer celebration begins with a stream that is guaranteed to contain new announcements from the studio behind the game, such as Total War: Warhammer 3 and Darktide, to name a few.
The Warhammer Skulls Showcase will be held on Thursday, June 3 10 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time / 1 p.m. Eastern Time / 6 p.m. British Daylight TimeYou can watch all the actions that take place on Twitch, where Games Workshop promises to show “details of world premieres, exclusive premieres, special offers and free video games, as well as new video game announcements.” It seems that E3 week is not busy enough!
#WarhammerSkulls Booth announced. Listen to the new video game announcement and world premiere on June 3 at 6 pm British Summer Time / 10 am Pacific Standard Time!
Check out some of the great studios involved below, see you on Thursday! https://t.co/rYrrPFeBJY@steam @Xbox @GOGcom @oculus @NVIDIAGFN pic.twitter.com/HsNXkNnmHv
— Warhammer Community (@WarComTeam) May 30, 2021
In terms of studios you can expect to hear, there may be more tweets about the event than Games Workshop expected: Fatshark, Sega, Creative Assembly, Focus Home Interactive, Slitherine and Nacon are all present-so you might expect That inaugural stream is a big stream.
“We are particularly excited about publishing on more platforms and attracting as many gamers as possible. Warhammer’s Director of Licensing and Product Marketing Tom Dobson-Gunn said: “With so many exciting announcements, we can’t wait to see what happens. There are reactions from fans and new fans are brought to the IP. ”
Games Workshop also promises to “provide a week-long offer and free event-only reserved games for everyone” within a week, so if you are eager to get some, please pay close attention to the Skulls event. Existing Warhammers you have never played before game.
If you are still eager for Warhammer, you can check out our Necromunda: Hired Gun review, which Sherif calls “a talented shooter whose lack of polish makes it impossible to achieve greatness.”
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