Focus Home Interactive and Tindalos Interactive have released a new gameplay trailer for Battlefleet Gothic: Armada this past week.

The new trailer shows off some new gameplay footage along with focusing in one of the game’s factions, Chaos. Here’s an official description of the faction from the video:

The Chaos Warfleet, led by Abaddon and his admiral ship the Planet Killer, emerges from the Eye of Terror! After revealing the Imperium ships and gameplay in a previous video, Battlefleet Gothic: Armada, the new space RTS set in the Warhammer 40k universe from Games Workshop, now showcases the Chaos fleet and its ships in a new gameplay video!

Over the millennia, many ships and their crew have betrayed the Imperium to join the Traitor Legions. As such, a big part of the Chaos Warfleet is composed of ancient ship designs that have long since been decommissioned from service in the Imperial Navy.

But make no mistake, this does not make them less fearsome. While not as heavily armoured, Chaos ships are faster than their Imperium counterparts, and out-range them with extensive use of weaponry such as Lances and attack crafts. These traits work well in synergy with the Stasis Bomb: teleported from your ship, the bomb traps enemy ships and their ordnance, while allowing your own lances to rain destruction on them. Astute Chaos admirals will be able to inflict considerable damage to the enemy fleet before they may even return fire.

Chaos ships, and their crew, may also receive the favours of the four Gods of Chaos. Khorne, Slaanesh, Tzeentch and Nurgle will reward your prowess in battle with Chaos Marks, each giving different bonuses and abilities to your ship, while warping their hull, dramatically affecting their appearance.

Check out the new gameplay trailer just below and be sure to let us know your thoughts on Battlefleet Gothic: Armada in the comments section. Stay tuned for further updates by following OnlySP on Facebook and Twitter.

Battlefleet Gothic: Armada is scheduled to release sometime this Spring exclusively on the PC. Check out our recent interview with the developers going over the game’s ambitious single player campaign.

Nick Calandra
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