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Warhammer 40K: Eternal Crusade Goes Free to Play

Eternal Crusade

With two versions available to buy.

Behaviour Digital has announced that Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade is going free-to-play, and it is available right now for players to jump in.

Stephen Mulrooney, senior vice president of publishing at Behaviour Digital, said in a press release, “In addition to the regular free updates and expansions – we believe we can achieve both the goal of reaching a broader audience, and provide options for how you want to play Eternal Crusade.”


Since its launch last year, the game has been updated with the following additions and improvements:

  • Start of campaigns
  • New game modes and maps
  • New weapons, powers and wargear
  • New character progression and customization
  • General improvements, balancing and overhauls
  • Game server, client and network optimizations

The free-to-play version of Eternal Crusade comes with all but one of the factions available, and there are more buying options on top of the standard free version:

Free Version – 4 of the 5 available classes, normal character progression. Purchasing a total of 20,000 in game credits will also upgrade your account.  Your extra progression will be unleashed when you upgrade.

Squadron Edition – Full game with 20,000 Rogue Trader Credits. Also upgrades the Free version. Progression is 3 times faster.

Imperium Edition – Full game with 20,000 Rogue Trader Credits and 4 packs of weapons and armor (one pack for each faction). Progression is 3 times faster.

Eternal Crusade was a game with its fair share of problems; going free-to-play is a good way for Behaviour Digital to bite the bullet, and capitalize on a dim initial reception.

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