Warhammer Quest Gets Additional DLC Adding New Hero, Zombies And More
In case you missed it, Rodeo Games has added even more additional content to its popular dungeon-crawler Warhammer Quest. Changes made to the app include a bunch of additional paid downloadable features, and on offer are a brand new hero, new enemies, and a new look for the game, too.
The new content (called “Undead Hoard”) is hidden away as an in-app purchase, and it comes following a similar update published back in November that added new playable characters to the application. This time around, developer Rodeo Games has added a new character called the “Witch Hunter Warrior,” and he's said to have a pistol, a saber, and a “plentiful stack of stakes to drive through undead hearts.”
There are also new enemy packs - one for vampires and zombies, and the other for necromancers and skeletons - and a new tile, too (called “Undead Castle”), is available to access using an in-app purchase.
Here's a complete list of features:
- Witch Hunter Warrior available
- Necromancers and Skeletons Enemy Pack available
- Vampires and Zombies Enemy Pack available
- Vampire Count Tileset available
- General bug fixes and stability improvements
Based on the classic tabletop game, Warhammer Quest promises iDevice users a mix-up of role-playing game (RPG) and traditional strategy; it offers more than 40 hours of gameplay, support for iCloud-powered game saves, and it's optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch (as well as for Apple's Retina display).
The only downside to Warhammer Quest's sustained updates is the price: there are two enemy packs added in the latest version of the game, along with a new hero pack, and a new tile - each will set users back a $2.99 in-app purchase.
Warhammer Quest itself can be downloaded for $4.99, and as mentioned, it's optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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