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Games Workshop taps up Tilting Point and Hunted Cow for Warhammer: Chaos and Conquest

Date Type Companies involved Size
November 28th, 2018 partnership Games Workshop
Hunted Cow Studios
Tilting Point
Not disclosed
Games Workshop taps up Tilting Point and Hunted Cow for Warhammer: Chaos and Conquest

Games Workshop has partnered with mobile games publisher and investor Tilting Point and Scottish games developer Hunted Cow to create fantasy strategy game Warhammer: Chaos and Conquest.

The Warhammer title went into beta on the Google Play store in the Philippines yesterday and could see a global launch next year. The launch date will depend on how well the beta goes.

Warring tribes

Warhammer: Chaos and Conquest puts players in the role of a chaos lord and tasks them with constructing temples, summoning daemonic troops, conquering kingdoms, building an empire and ruling with Chaos Champions.

Players can dive in solo or join up with friends to form alliances to help conquer other people’s land.
“Warhammer provides an incredible world for a mobile strategy game, and we are very excited to see how players respond to Chaos & Conquest,” said Tilting Point president Samir El-Agili.

“We are excited and honoured to be working with Games Workshop, a company that holds a special place in the hearts of anyone who grew up playing games, and we are of course long-time fans of Hunted Cow, having worked together on Operation: New Earth."


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Iain is a freelance writer based in Scotland with a penchant for indies and all things Nintendo. Alongside PocketGamer.Biz, he has also appeared in Kotaku, Rock Paper Shotgun, PCGamesN and VG24/7.

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