Warhammer: Chaos Gate follows the Grey Knights who fight against the forces of Nurgle. The game is set in a gothic science fiction backdrop of Warhammer 40,000. Released on 5th May the game is developed by Complex Games. As the game is pretty complex the game-play is a tactical fast-paced turn-based tactical RPG. This article will help you with the Warhammer: Chaos Gate Beginner Guide. Previously we have also covered Warhammer: Chaos Gate Classes Guide so be sure to check that out as well.
Get familiar with the tutorial
As clear as it may appear, you must complete the tutorial. The Chaos Gate tutorial is excellent and covers all you need to know about the battle techniques and what sets this game apart from its competitors. On a first playthrough, skipping it is not recommended.
Moreover, there are also excellent animations, cutscenes, and plot pieces dispersed over the place, all of which are well worth a look.
The Choice of the Mission Matters
There are several missions in Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Gate Daemonhunters. They appear while you’re on the main map, each with its own purpose. These might range from picking up something from the planet’s surface to just defeating the enemies who await you. However, it’s critical that you choose your targets strategically. If you opt to take on the goal of encircling and defeating the enemies, you will have less time to recover anything you need from the planet’s surface. You must prioritize your goals, ensure that they are what your team requires, and devote effort to them.
Set difficulty level accordingly
Chaos Gate is a challenging game. Your difficulty choice is critical when it comes to this. Merciful is the simplest of the lot, and it’s the one that is recommended for anyone who is rusty or completely new to the genre. Players with more experience will enjoy Standard and Ruthless, while those who want to feel pain will enjoy Legendary.
Note: Avoid the Grand Master Mode until at least the 2nd or 3rd playthrough.
Always have backup Squads
You cannot use your initial team of Grey Knights for every mission. Having backup squads and members that can fill in allows you to complete more missions without having to wait for your wounds to heal before returning to full strength. It allows you to try out various squad compositions and builds. The trick is to recruit new team members and keep swapping them.
Speed is critical
It is in your better interests to complete your task and then leave the planet. The longer you wait, the more havoc will emerge in the surrounding region, and you would have more to cope with. It may be a status effect or a swarm of opponents, but you’ll do everything you can to avoid whatever is coming your way. You’ll frequently be surrounded by attackers, which will make completing the task incredibly difficult, though you’ll have to make do.