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Warhammer Chaos Gate: Will It Release On Consoles?


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Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters has just come out and is currently a PC exclusive game. But the question the piques everyone’s mind is: is Chaos Gate coming out on consoles? When and are there any details about? Read this article to know more.

Know more about the latest improvements & bug fixes in the Chaos Gate Patch Notes.

Warhammer Chaos Gate On Consoles

No Release As Of Yet

Since the release of the game, no release date or plans to release Chaos Gate has been officially announced. This may change in the future depending on how the game sells as there are people looking forward to a console version of the game.

Might Follow Other Games

Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus is a game similar to Chaos Gate and was released in the year 2018. Aside from the PC, it was also released on the PS4 and Xbox One. Later on, the game also came to the small and compact Nintendo Switch. Chaos Gate may find itself following the same path in the near future. We can only hope that it eventually arrives to the consoles.

What Is Warhammer Chaos Gate?

Taken from the game’s Steam page.

Lead humanity’s greatest weapon, the Grey Knights, against the corrupting forces of Chaos in this brutal and fast-paced turn-based tactical RPG. Root out and put a stop to an insidious plot to infect the galaxy with the Bloom, an intergalactic cosmic plague capable of rotting worlds into oblivion.

Armoured in faith, shielded by devotion, the Grey Knights’ very existence is rooted in mystery, enforced with mind-wipes and executions. Experience life in the 41st millennium and follow the journey of these elite warriors in a narrative penned by acclaimed Black Library author, Aaron Dembski-Bowden.

Other Chaos Gate Daemonhunters Guides

Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters Steam page.

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Jose Felongco
Player of video games since the tender age of 3. Still wonders why his dad allowed him to play Doom during those times. Currently working for a gaming company and spends time painting Warhammer 40k minis to relax.