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Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor—Martyr's standalone expansion Prophecy is out now

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Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor—Martyr (opens in new tab) was a middling action-RPG that's been tinkered with by developers NeoCore since its release, with a 2.0 update that addressed concerns with the combat and made the entire campaign playable in co-op, and now a standalone expansion. 

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor—Prophecy (opens in new tab) adds a new playable class, a tech-adept who is the pet-summoner of the Inquisition. Only those pets are a variety of robots. The tech-adept will be playable in Martyr's campaign for those who own both, but there's also a three-part campaign in a new subsector unique to Prophecy, with new enemies too—the tyranids and eldar. 

Prophecy adds more map varieties, including giant monasteries, factories, and a desert, as well as adding new items, perks, and passive skills. You can read the FAQ (opens in new tab) for more information.

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