Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr Free Content Update Available

The Dark Eldar-themed “Season 1: Drukhari” free update for NeocoreGames’ sci-fi action-RPG Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr is now live with its increased level cap, new enemies, locations, and missions. Check out the official teaser trailer for this season:

And here’s a bit of background information:


The first Season, a brand new free content update for Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr is here, and it’s titled Drukhari. In other words, it features a new Dark Eldar enemy faction, and a new campaign with a series of investigations.


An ancient, alien menace has surfaced in the Caligari Sector. Cutoff from the rest of the Imperium by fierce Warpsurges, the Triglav Subsector has been plagued by the Drukhari – or as they are known, the Dark Eldar – for decades, and now the time has come to purge the Xenos menace from these defenceless worlds once and for all.

The Dark Eldar are cruel, terrifying and sadistic raiders who descend upon their prey to feed their unholy appetites. They revel in torture, piracy, enslavement and torture. They are ancient, intelligent and learned how to stave off the slow death of their souls – they are amongst the most twisted enemies the agents of the Inquisition can face in battle.

Season One: Drukhari introduces a new enemy faction to Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr, the Dark Eldar. Prepare to meet Wracks, Talos and Cronos Pain Engines, Incubi and many more – from the Kabalite Warriors to the beautiful and deadly Succubi, to the wizened Haemonculi, the insane flesh-sculptors, the new enemies are all ruthless, dangerous and utterly alien.

The Season includes a campaign which incorporates three brand new investigations with new non-player characters and a stand-alone story that will flesh out the workings of the Drukhari. The investigation begins with the pacification of the Triglav Subsector and an abandoned system shrouded in mysterious silence, sheds light on the unholy machinations of the Dark Eldar and their penchant for using corrupted Imperial forces and decadent Governors as their puppets and it will culminate in a violent skirmish with the true masters of pain from the Dark City of Commorragh.

Additionally, you can check out the complete patch notes for this latest update right here.

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