Rodeo Games are stepping in to fill that XCOM 2 shaped hole in 2015 with Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch Enhanced Edition.

In conjunction with Games Workshop, the two incredible visionaries have utilized the powerful, Unreal Engine 4 to re-imagine the classic turn based strategy game with enhanced graphics.

The announcement comes directly after the tragic news that XCOM 2 would be delayed until next year. Even though the update was already in development, the announcement does slightly fill the gaping hole left in the calendar year for PC gamers.

Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch was originally released in 2010 on mobile platforms, and players will now be able to experience the Enhanced Edition at whatever settings their computers can handle. In the meantime, players interested in comparing the graphic updates thanks to Rodeo Games official Youtube page.

Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch Enhanced Edition will be available on October 20th, exclusively through Steam.








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