The time for war is finally here. Get your skull polishing cloth ready, because heads are going to roll! Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2’s first competitive season has now officially begun, and will end on Wednesday, April 24th 12:00 PM CEST.
To participate in a season, you must first own a copy of Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2, and then play 1v1 ranked multiplayer during the season you want to participate in.
For any players on the ladder, we have rewards! You can look forward to new portraits, frames, and achievements!
There are twelve new portraits (one for each faction). For each rank you achieve, you will receive one random portrait, up to a total of six portraits if you are Legend rank when the season ends. You cannot get the same portrait twice, and any portraits you receive will always be unique, until you have them all.
Depending on your rank at the end of the season, you will receive an exclusive frame with a number of stars equal to the rank you are when the season ends. If you are Legend rank, you will receive the six star portrait.
There is an achievement for each rank, plus one for reaching legend with every faction, for the really hardcore Admirals out there. Achievements are gained immediately upon reaching a rank, so you will keep the achievement for gaining Legend rank even if you lose that rank before the end of the season.
The winner of a season is the player at the top of the leaderboard the moment the season ends (April 24 12:00 PM CET), meaning top of the Legendary league. If this player is disqualified for any reason, the next person on the ladder will be the winner.
For our first season, the winner will receive a paid trip to Warhammer Fest on May 11-12, 2019. Transport, meals, and accommodation will be covered by Focus Home Interactive up to a maximum of 2000 Euro.
Warhammer Fest is in Coventry, England.
Any players suspected of Unfair Game Play will be disqualified from the Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 season 1 and forfeit all potential prizes.
Unfair Game Play includes but is not limited to such actions as: match fixing, intentional disconnecting, cheating of any sort and by any means, collusion, purposely queuing to find a specific opponent in the ladder, or quickly conceding against the same opponent several times in a row.
The Full Terms & Conditions are also available.