Gaming news outlet GameWatcher recently conducted an interview with Streum On to learn a bit more about the upcoming Unreal Engine 4 title, Space Hulk: Deathwing.
According to the interview, the game’s solo campaign will take players around 10-15 hours to complete. While playing through the campaign, you’ll have three AI controlled companions to help you along the way. If you choose to play the game through multiplayer, the developers noted that the game is more action focused and will omit the cutscenes from the game that you’d see while playing the game solo.
Francois Detemmerman, a developer at Streum On told GameWatcher, “Depending on the player, it will last for 10 to 15 hours. Each of the nine levels takes a bit over an hour to complete, so an hour and fifteen for each one. The end levels are particularly hard, so the whole game should last a long time.”
There will also be plenty for players to find in the game in regards to extra story material as there’s tons of lore involved in the Warhammer/Space Hulk universe.
“There is a lot for the player to read about,” Detemmerman said. “I have to say, if you are talking about the lore, it is something we have worked very closely with Games Workshop on. This was to make sure the history we present is consistent throughout. If you are the type of player who is looking for a rich background to their game’s setting, I think you will find a lot here to please you.”
There’s more details to be found in the GameWatcher interview, so be sure to head on over there to learn even more about Deathwing. Space Hulk: Deathwing is due out this year on the PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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