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Adeptus Titanicus: Dominus

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Coming soon to Steam Early Access, Adeptus Titanicus: Dominus features a Skirmish mode against an AI opponent for single-player and an online multi-player mode. Upon full release, the game will also offer an exciting single-player campaign.

Control a force of Titans
In Dominus, choose to control a force of Titans from the loyalist Legions of Astorum (Warp Runners), Gryphonicus (War Griffons), Crucius (Warmongers) or Osedax (The Cockatrices), or choose from the traitorous Chaos Legions of Mortis (Death Heads), Vulcanum (Dark Fire), Damnosus (Lords of Ruin) and Fureans (Tiger Eyes).


Futuristic warfare
Utilising the tabletop Titan Legions rules system as its foundation, Dominus features an easy-to-play yet deep strategic and tactical experience via its streamlined command system, which sees you and your opponent giving activation orders to your Titans, resulting in fast-paced battles. It successfully marries this strategic play with action sequences as the gargantuan Titans exchange volleys of cannon shots, blistering laser blasts and other epic, super-powered weapons of the far off future!

Easy to play, challenging to master
While luck will play a part as you trade blows with your foe on the futuristic battlefields of the 41st Millennium, your path to victory lies in your army list building and how you manoeuvre your units upon the battlefield. As a commander, you will have access to the most classic, iconic Titan units from the Warhammer 40,000 universe: Warhounds, Reavers and the gigantic Warlord, for both the Imperial and Chaos factions. Each of these Titans will have multiple variants available, featuring different weapon configurations, thereby enabling your Titans to fulfil the battlefield role your strategy demands.

A living battlefield
Adeptus Titanicus: Dominus will feature a "living battlefield" that employs unit and battlefield animations to show players the Warhammer 40,000 universe they know and love.ABOUT MEMBRAINEMembraine Studios is a small indie team based in Sydney, Australia. The team is Glenn Osmond-McLeod and Mark Sheppard - both avid tabletop gamers and indie developers with more than 16 years game development experience between them. In recent years, Membraine has focused on the turn-based strategy genre.CURRENTLY PLAYABLEThe current Early Access build of Adeptus Titanicus: Dominus features the following:
  • A true-to-source adaptation of the Titan Legions tabletop rules, streamlined for PC
  • Twelve Titan variants, three each for the Warlord, Reaver and Warhound
  • Four Loyalist Legios and four Chaos Legios to choose from
  • Three battlefields, each with distinct environments
  • Destructible terrain features - watch buildings collapse as stray weapons fire obliterates their structural integrity
  • Several game modes with multiple victory conditions - there is more than one way to win
  • 12 fixed-forces scenarios to challenge your skills as Legate of a Maniple of Titans
  • Discover the strategic depth underlying the game, with points-based army list building in Skirmish and Multi-Player via the Detachment Builder
THE ROAD AHEADOver time, we plan to release a series of updates to the game as it progresses towards the full version of the title.

Update One (currently in development)
The first major update planned for Adeptus Titanicus: Dominus focuses on gameplay additions::
  • Stress (suppression mechanics) - an additional layer of tactical concern that adds depth!
  • Close Assault and Fire Fight - engage with your enemy in deadly close-quarters combat!
  • Steam Achievements (first grouping)
  • A loot-drop system (initial implementation)
  • General quality-of-life improvements

Future updates
The scope of the next major updates has not yet been announced. Follow us for news about the next exciting instalment of Adeptus Titanicus: Dominus' Early Access journey!
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Membraine Studios
Membraine Studios
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • Processor: i5
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia 850 (or equivalent)
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit or later
  • Processor: i5 or better
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia 950 (or equivalent) or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Early Access Review A nice Game. But still very few Features and Game Modes. Graphics is ok and Sound goes like this. Hope this gets even better. Also still missing many Peoples and smaller Units Hope that is still to come. As an Early Access Game, it's ok. And you have to be clear here are Titans at Work these are not fast and due to missing small Units there are hardly any Surprises when you know how to set yourself up. If they add more Units and Peoples as well as new Game Modes, then this Game Can get really good. But it remains more of a Game for People who like WH40K and don't look for fast Fights here. All in all, I would recommend it.
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Early Access Review So I really can't explain why the Game has such a high and positive Rating that I think the Game is far from good. Contra:-ugly graphics-ugly Effects-lousy sound effects that are not Synchryptic at all-infantry (which occasionally spawns somewhere And then pointless on any Building) totally useless-there are only 3 different Mech/robot types-no Vehicles- The Mechs cannot be Adjusted or equipped with Weapons yourself-totally boring and very stripped-down gameplay-no Tactical Variety robots automatically shoot from all Pipes or with all Weapons, you can't turn guns to or off-just one Race playable (no Orcs, chaos, Eldar, Etc.)-no Reward System (after the Battle you won, you immediately end up back in the Title menu, you don't see statistics either)-no Slaughters-/player Statistics Pro: Pros? Ehm, I couldn't discover anything at the Game that I would have liked in any Way, the Game, like unfortunately many other Warhammer games, is done badly from the Ground Up. So the Game would have done well if the Developers had more typical Mechwarriors features, e.g. that you can equip your Robots yourself, weapons that you can switch off, Overheating weapons, various Heat, etc., that had graphics and graphics Sound Effects are totally poorly done, here I would have expected a similar Quality to that of the Dawn of War Game series or the Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade Mobile Game, but even Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade is significantly more exciting and much better than this Game Here. Anyone who is expected to play a Mechwarrior game in the WH40K Universe and with great WH40k robots, like me, be very disavesdled by the game and should better leave your Fingers off it, generally I advise anyone who wants to play a WH40K Game with the WH40k Knights better the Mobile Game called Warhammer 40,000: Freeblade play, which is clearly more Fun. Buying the Game only in a Sale that even the €8 .-is significantly too much for the Game.
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