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Warhammer - Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground comes out on 27th May on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

The new trailer is below:

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Storm Ground is a turn-based strategy game where you lead one of three customisable armies: the eternal Stormcasts, the ghoulish Nighthaunt and the rotting Maggotkin. There's a roguelike single-player campaign as well as online PvP.

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There's also a card element to the game. With each new battle you unlock and collect new cards that grant new units, skills, weapons and gear to equip your armies with.

Nintendo Switch™ U.S. Germany France Italy Spain Australia Netherlands Japan: PC U.S. Germany France Italy Spain Russia Australia Netherlands Poland Korea Taiwan Japan: PLAYSTATION®4 U.S. Australia Netherlands Germany France Italy Russia Spain Japan Hong Kong Singapore Taiwan: XBOX ONE U.S. Though an awareness of the benefits of specialization must go back to the dim mists of antiquity in all civilizations, it was not until Ricardo that this deepest and most beautiful result in.

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Publisher Focus Home Interactive said Storm Ground is the first strategy adaptation of Games Workshop's Age of Sigmar, the latest version of its phenomenally popular Warhammer tabletop. It's developed by Vancouver, Canada studio Gasket Games.

Overall, Civilization VI is an excellent addition to the Switch's library. Turn-based-strategy fans will love this very gratifying portable gem. All this publication's reviews.

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