Five years later, Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade finally comes to an end

Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade has come to an end.

Behaviour Interactive’s competitive multiplayer third-person shooter was consigned to the Warp last night, on Friday, 10th September. It is no longer playable.

Eternal Crusade launched in September 2016 on PC, with a planned console release published by Bandai Namco that failed to materialise. It had four playable factions: the Space Marines, Chaos, Orks and Eldar.

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Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade has come to an end. Behaviour Interactive’s competitive multiplayer third-person shooter was consigned to the Warp last night, on Friday, 10th September. It is no longer playable. Eternal Crusade launched in September 2016 on PC, with a planned console release published by Bandai Namco that failed to materialise. It had four…

Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade has come to an end. Behaviour Interactive’s competitive multiplayer third-person shooter was consigned to the Warp last night, on Friday, 10th September. It is no longer playable. Eternal Crusade launched in September 2016 on PC, with a planned console release published by Bandai Namco that failed to materialise. It had four…

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