Space Hulk: Deathwing Crack/Patch

Space Hulk: Deathwing Space Hulk: Deathwing is a first-person shooter experience that offers players the chance to experience a desperate battle against Genestealers in the claustrophobic tunnels of a Space Hulk, as they will gain skills, new abilities and new equipment thanks to experience earned during perilous missions.

Download Space Hulk: Deathwing Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 60 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1905
Genre Action, Shooter, First-Person, Sci-Fi, Arcade
Company / Developer
Focus Home Interactive , Cyanide Studios / Streum On Studio

Space Hulk: Deathwing reviews ( 7 )

RogalDorn01, Dec 14, 2016

Wow! I was super nervous about this game after hearing all the whining about the Beta. This game is awesome and as a 40k fan I can really feel all the love and care that went into the title. Don't listen to the haters, the extra week of development clearly helped A LOT. I can offer up an unqualified recommendation for it. If you like 40k, this game is pure gold. Side note is that the game ran perfectly at high frame rates at the highest settings. Really not sure what people are complaining about.

sprayer, Dec 15, 2016

Don't know why all people say bad things about games, i think it's new trend like for Deus ex Dishonored etc. This game for fans of universe Warhammer 40k. For average users this as normal game like left4dead or vermeptide, with mechanics of alien swarm but in fist person view, don't know what people wait from coop corridor shooter. Great setting, good Graphics and sound. Gameplay simple but not so bad if you know what should expect of such games. My score 6 but as fan and because all will be mad of game i'll set 10

Chris_Rudecki, Dec 20, 2016

i5 quad 2.8, gtx 980, win10, 16gb ram - 60 to 20 fps, but drops are not bad, apart from that a very well realised Space Hulk adaptation. The more I play the more it grows on me. I only play single player (not a huge MP guys) and what is there is easily worth the price of admission. It's not for everyone, and I read it can be buggy (haven't found many myself), but if it works for you and you like the vibe, it's amazing, a wet dream for SH fans with the right hardware.

Icemount, Dec 15, 2016

It seems only fanboys or critics write here and score idiotically. No game that works is for a 0 score and only fantastic masterpieces deserve 10. My score here is 6, based for now purely on single play. I will adjust after some proper time spent in multi. Pros: +Graphics and design +Audio SFX & Voice +Setting holds true to WH40K universe +Combat is frantic and generally well balanced Middle ground: *Customization options (only weapon unlocks and nothing you would not expect) *Progression (limited skill tree) *Optimization (I can't complain in 2K and GTX 1070 it is around 60 frames, but I can imagine lower specs will have issues with this game) Cons: -Music (basically there is none) -Mission (not level) design, I know this is backed by setting, but often backtracking is tiring. -Limited enemy pool

eelegendo, Jan 14, 2017

Pro: great feeling, could have been the best fps(?) after Space Hulk 2 in the W40K universe. Creepy, hard and dark, just as is should be... Cons: ...if it wasn't for the piss poor optimization. I run Rise of Tomb Raider, full maxed out on CONSTANT 60 fps almost never droppint below that. Wide open areas, open world, many npc, animals, etc. Deathwing constantly lags and though it looks good, it should not be remotely that demanding on the rig with its closed spaces and scripted attacks. There are also many annoying stuff: the inverted cursor is inverted in the order menu, too :) Is it possible to be that stupid accidentally or you have to do it on purpose? The M opens the map, why cant it close it too? What the beta testers were doing instead of testing? Smoking weed and read the Moby Dick? And worst of all, the saving system. Why there is no manual save. I don't want to spend my time doing some 20 mins of progress again. What is the problem? Why make this really good game so hateable? Manual save would not take away any of the challenge. Or put in a Nightmare difficulty for people with a lot of time on their hands. It couldn't be so hard to code it: you have 2 weapons and a few enemy + you position... Like 2 kb. It would have been one of my favourites, but like this, it is subpar. A 4.

Saturday, Feb 16, 2017

Buy on sale just to have wander around a space hulk. Beyond that avoid like Papa Nurgle. + The hulks do look good, lots of nice details -/+ Lore wise some good points but outweighed by non lore points. - Audio. VA is a mixed bag, awful script doesn't help. The guns all sound like stock/placeholder gun sounds. The assault cannon should sound like a GAU-8 Avenger but ends up like a .22 SAW. Bolters most certainly do not sound like bolters. - Gunplay/Recoil affects. Fire a storm bolter and watch as your avatar develops a severe case of parkinsons. A sign of cut corners. Also when rapid firing you end up with a horrid strobe effect. Guns feel as weak as they sound. You certainly do not feel like an Angel of Death. - AI dumb as a bunch of rocks. - Gameplay. Basic to say the least . Half baked swarm mechanics. Genestealers blindly run down corridors. No real tension , quite repetitive. Weapons are poorly balanced. Relic system wasted opportunity. Too much walking around empty areas or places you have already been too. Silly really as if the were more lore friendly that would be the basis of some solid gameplay. Bugs Etc . Somehow my older system got away without glitches but others with more powerful machines seem to suffer many.

kenng, Apr 11, 2017

Pre-ordered the game hoping it will revive the love for the Warhammer universe only to be disappointed by almost everything in the game. Clunky interface, out dated graphics, poor gameplay. Only thing perhaps worth mentioning might be the sound effects. This game feels like a game made in 2000. No amount of optimisation or remaster can save it