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Dear all,

It’s been one week since the release of The Council - Episode 4: Burning Bridges. We would like to thank you, at first, for all your support and feedback.

Today, we’re launching a hotfix which addresses some issues that you’ve raised to us since the release. You can find below the details.

All Platforms

  • The balcony door in Elizabeth Adam’s room is now inaccessible. Players will no longer be stuck.This fix is not retroactive, and if you have had it occur, you will need to restart the episode.
  • Characters will no longer be resurrect by a bug.

PC Only

  • Players that were previously unable to generate save files and log files on specific setups are now able to create these files. These files will not work with Steam Cloud Saves.
posted in SHT - Map Editor read more

Welcome back to the devblogs for Space Hulk: Tactics, today we’ll be talking about the Map Editor. Far from a tool for only the most creative portion of the playerbase, we consider this a core pillar of the Space Hulk experience, and we’ve designed it in such a way to be easy to use for everyone.

The reason for this is how influential the ease of making your own missions was on the Space Hulk boardgame. It is still played by a dedicated fanbase today, after almost 30 years since the 1989 release, in part because of the clip-together nature of the terrain pieces that came with it. Creating your own missions is as easy as adding an objective to your idea for a map, and we’ve embraced that completely with the Mission Editor.

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First you pick an environment, Imperial, Ork, or Eldar. Each of these comes with its own unique interactive elements - gun turrets on Imperial maps, for example, or explosive barrels on Ork ships - so choose wisely based on what you wish to create. However, if you decide to change, you can do so at any time, without losing any features of your map. Any unique elements from another tileset are simply flagged as needing to be removed or replace.

Then you can start building, snapping rooms together quickly and easily from our huge selection. There is a near-infinite number of combinations of rooms, doors, consoles, interactive elements, dozens of objectives, spawn points, and so on. Each room also has several different tilesets per environment, so you can perfect the look of your map as well as the design.

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Applying objectives to a map is as simple as selecting one and then placing the required interactables - extraction points, key consoles, collectable servo skulls, to name a few. There are twenty objectives to choose from, which combined with map layouts and how they change the playstyle of the map (sometimes, for example, the Genestealers may be on the defensive) it opens up a ridiculously large number of options.

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Once you have a prototype, you can jump into playing it against the AI right from within the editor, and once you quit you’ll be right back on the edit screen, able to tweak elements quickly and easily. First-person mode is also supported within the editor, so you can examine your map on a more personal level, and pick the perfect tileset.

Once your map is ready to go it can be shared online and downloaded by other players. They can rate maps after a match, as well as search for maps by name, creator name, or use filters to sort through official and unofficial maps.

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During the pre-order beta we’re running a mapping competition, which you can read about the details for here. Included in the prize is a copy of the latest edition of the Space Hulk boardgame, as well as various other goodies. We’re always on the lookout for particularly amazing maps to highlight as well, and it’s possible some of the best from the beta will be integrated into the official map pool for release.

The Space Hulk: Tactics release is just a couple of weeks away on October 9th. You can play in the pre-order beta right now by grabbing the game on Steam.

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@DaxTheDestroyer Thank you for this feedback. We're currently working on it.

posted in SHT - General Discussion read more

Merci pour cette remarque. On va corriger ça très rapidement. N'hésitez pas à nous envoyer des erreurs d'orthographe s'il y en a d'autres.

posted in Space Hulk: Tactics read more

@cloud-runner Hello, there will not be an early access for PS4. Have a nice day.
@DaxTheDestroyer @Aymanoir Thank your for reporting this to us. We'll soon fix it.

posted in Space Hulk: Tactics read more

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Dear Community,

The Pre-Order Beta for Space Hulk: Tactics has now started!

It will run up until the launch of the game. Save games will also be compatible with the release version, so you can immediately continue your game on October 9th.

We’re excited to share with you this early version of the game in order to gather your feedback and make the best possible game! Please find below various info and details about the Pre-Order Beta.

How can I get the Pre-Order Beta access for PC?

It’s simple. All you need is to pre-order Space Hulk: Tactics on Steam before the release date, then you will be able to get into the game right away.

/!\ If you already participated in previous Beta sessions, please remove the save located here: C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Local\SpaceHulk2

What’s in Space Hulk: Tactics Pre-Order Beta?

The Pre-Order Beta features the following content:

  • The first missions of the two narrative campaigns
  • Skirmish mode in multiplayer and singleplayer on five maps (Khitor, Osulas, Ukganak, Eratirus and Loseth)
  • Map Editor
  • Full customization
  • Tutorial

How to play Space Hulk: Tactics Pre-Order Beta?

Here are the steps for the Terminator Campaign:

  • Launch the game
  • Select “Terminator Campaign”
  • You’ll see an intro cutscene, and the tutorial mission will launch
  • After completion, the next cutscene will launch
  • You’ll then be able to play Mission 1
  • After mission 1, a cutscene will play, introducing you to the main plot elements, different characters and other important narrative details.

Here are the steps for the Genestealer Campaign:

  • Launch the game
  • Select “Genestealer Campaign”
  • You’ll see an intro cutscene, and the tutorial mission will launch
  • After completion, the next cutscene will launch
  • You’ll then be able to play Mission 1
  • After mission 1, a cutscene will play, introducing you to the main plot elements, different characters and other important narrative details


Tell me more about the campaigns.

As many Warhammer fans know, the traditional Space Hulk board game has two factions: Terminator and Genestealer. In Space Hulk: Tactics, you will be able to play fully-fledged campaigns for each faction! With the new card system that emphasizes each side’s campaign, you’ll be able to use your own strategies to best approach each level, and handle each strategy as you see fit..

How many playable maps are there in the Pre-Order Beta?

In Space Hulk: Tactics Pre-Order Beta, you will have 5 playable maps: Khitor, Osulas, Ukganak, Eratirus and Darakin. They are for both Terminator and Genestealer, with special objectives. They offer different gameplay styles and experiences.

Will we be able to play with different players?

Indeed, you can play either against AI or in a competitive player vs player mode.

What’s the specialties of MapTool?

The MapTool (Mission Editor) allows you to create, share and play maps from the community. All the creation items are available, such as environments, interactive objects, objectives, and so on. The most exciting thing is that you can probably see your own maps in the final game if we find them interesting!

What can I customize in Space Hulk: Tactics Pre-Order Beta?

You can create your own squad, select chapters, units, weapons and cards. The cosmetic items are all available in customization mode, including the pre-order bonuses.

You can also find more details about the Pre-Order Beta here:

See you in the Beta!

The Space Hulk: Tactics Team

posted in Farming Simulator 19 read more

Farming Simulator 19 unveils its first Gameplay Trailer!

GIANTS Software invites you on November 20 to the great outdoors as the premiere agriculture series returns in Farming Simulator 19! In today's new trailer, Harvesting Crops, discover the basics of farming, including one of the new crops - cotton, using the latest brands, vehicles, and equipment in Farming Simulator 19!

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Farming Simulator 19 is the deepest, most complete farming simulator ever as the multimillion-selling franchise takes a giant leap forward and provides the richest farming experience ever made for consoles and PCs. The game is an accurate simulator at heart, filled with deep management options, though it is also an accessible sandbox featuring two huge new maps, countless vehicles and a range of equipment to play with. Farming Simulator 19 boasts the franchise's largest roster yet with over 300 unique vehicles and equipment from all the leading brands, now including John Deere alongside Case IH, New Holland, Challenger, Fendt, Massey Ferguson, Valtra, Krone, Deutz-Fahr, and many others.

At launch, Farming Simulator 19 will include two new American and European environments, filled with exciting new farming activities. Plant and harvest many types of crops including the all-new cotton and oats. Tend to your livestock – cows, pigs, sheep, chicken – and for the first time raise and ride horses to explore the huge environments.

Farming Simulator 19 is arriving November 20 on PS4, Xbox One and PC/Mac.
Until September 24, enjoy special discounts on Steam for the Farming Simulator franchise, along with over 50 other original Focus Home Interactive titles at up to 85% off!

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Vampyr: Difficulty modes update out next week on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC

DONTNOD Entertainment’s narrative-driven action-RPG Vampyr continues to receive ongoing support, as the difficulty modes update releases next week, September 26, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. There’s never been a better time for players to sink their teeth in, as a special discount on Steam for Vampyr is now live in celebration of the Focus Home Publisher’s weekend.

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Tuesday’s update includes two new game difficulty modes which add further replayability for existing players, and more options for those who haven’t yet sunk their teeth into this dark adventure through 1918 London.

Story Mode de-emphasizes combat, placing a greater focus on narrative so players can enjoy Dr. Jonathan Reid’s journey with less challenging gameplay. On the other end of the scale, Hard Mode makes combat much more difficult. Players will receive less experience from killing enemies too, forcing them to rely even more on embracing citizens to grow in power. Upon starting a new game, players will be given the option to choose from these two new modes or a third ‘Normal Mode’ if they wish to play the original Vampyr experience.

In addition to the new difficulty modes, the upcoming update introduces a host of optimization tweaks and fixes. Nvidia Ansel will also be made available for PC, which allows players to capture beautiful in-game screenshots, viewing and sharing them in 3D on mobile phone, PC or VR Headset. View the full patchnotes here.

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Lasting 5 days, from September 20 until September 24, enjoy a special discount on Steam for Vampyr, along with over 50 other original Focus Home titles at up to 85% off!
Vampyr is out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. To order the game and for more details, visit

posted in Call of Cthulhu read more

Walk the path of madness in Call of Cthulhu’s latest gameplay trailer!

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Call of Cthulhu, the official videogame adaptation of Chaosium’s tabletop RPG, will release October 30 on PlayStation 4, XBOX One and PC. Today, we invite players to tread further down the path of madness in this new Gameplay Trailer, as the Darkwater investigation begins to spiral out of control in the midst of unsettling conspiracies, bizarre cults and even the Old Ones themselves.

In Private Investigator Edward Pierce's quest to unveil the truth, players will need to rely on a variety of upgradeable Skills to escape the clutches of madness and death. The Spot Hidden and Investigation skill paths let players uncover more clues and draw more meaningful conclusions, unlocking more topics to question in dialogues. Convincing the distrustful locals of Darkwater to reveal what they know will require proficiency in Eloquence and Psychology. Pierce's Strength skill may also come in handy for when brute force is necessary, or to intimidate impressionable people into offering whatever they’re hiding. Expertise in Medicine and Occultism, improved only through discovering unique books and artifacts throughout the investigation, may grant additional insight – but knowledge can be a curse in Call of Cthulhu. The more aware Pierce is made of the horrors that dwell beyond the fabrics of reality, the more he will fall to insanity, impeding his ability to draw logical conclusions.

Pierce is but a mortal man, with few allies in a remote, unfriendly environment. Whether outnumbered by mortal adversaries or facing foes whose mere existence is beyond human comprehension, offering physical resistance is usually not an option. Making the most of Pierce’s extensive set of skills, along with subterfuge and stealth, is paramount… though escaping the gaze of the Great Dreamer may ultimately prove futile.

Call of Cthulhu releases for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on October 30. Digital and retail preorders are available on PC and consoles.

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Discover the first screenshots of The Surge’s newest expansion ‘The Good, the Bad, and the Augmented’!
Fight against mad scientist Dr. Rischboter for unique weapons, armor sets and plenty more!

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Hardcore Action RPG The Surge will soon be getting brand new content with a new expansion as The Good, the Bad, and the Augmented is coming this October 2 to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Discover the first glimpses of the expansion’s wicked enemies awaiting you in the Mad Doctor’s testing chambers.

Enter the bowels of the CREO facility and explore an old and abandoned Quality Assurance lab created to push CREO’s tech to the limit. Warren will face Dr. Rischboter’s deadly test chambers that, for some reason, feel like torn straight out of a twisted Wild West TV show!

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Fight through the mad doctor’s training rooms and try modifying them yourself for increased rewards by combining up to 4 of the 16 insane modifiers available. At the end of each stage, fight against distinct Challengers, powerful opponents forged from the training scenarios who are equipped with 30 unique new equipment pieces – armors, weapons, and implants - that you can take for yourself!

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Mosey on over to Dr. Rischboter’s labs on October 2, when ‘The Good, the Bad, and the Augmented’ comes out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Soon after the release of this new expansion, new players will also be able to embark on the ultimate Surge experience with the Augmented Edition, which will include the full game and all its DLCs, including The Good, the Bad and the Augmented as well as the previously released A Walk in the Park.

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