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What do people say of Sanctus Reach?

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Published on January 25, 2017

 

Let’s start with some online reviews.

 

Gamewatcher gives it a solid 8 out of 10. Their top game moment was “taking down an Ork Boss with just an average Bloodclaw squad thanks to some nice critical hits”.

Gameskinny greatly appreciated one specific aspect of the game in particular “Speaking of the armies, this is by far the most diverse unit selection I've seen to date in a 40K game”.

BigBossBattle’s reviewer is fairly new to the Warhammer 40,000 universe, but he was still able to understand the core mechanics and enjoy himself. “Overall Sanctus Reach is a finely built turn-based strategy game from a proven publisher and a promising developer combo”.

Many youtubers and streamers tried Sanctus Reach. We already featured cornerstones of the Warhammer 40,000 Youtube community like Chapter Master Valrak and Arch Warhammer. There are many other really good videos out there, but here’s a few which really captured our attention: check out the videos by FilthyRobot, SplatterCatGaming and SurrealBeliefs!

 

“Hours and hours of gameplay in the single player alone.” - Cosmic Engine

“They've perfectly digitized the tabletop models.” - Lionheartx10

“It is really solid and allows for player creativity to flourish” - GuyLogicGaming

 

The game has currently 89% positive reviews on Steam, and we are happy to see that most people liked it!

It’s important for us to gather all kind of feedback, and we do listen to criticism – in fact we’re keeping a log of everyone’s opinions. But we’ll give you more specific details about how we plan to follow your advice in the future!

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