Medieval Fantasy Wargame Warhaven Now Available In Early Access

This year’s Tokyo Game Show offered an exciting moment for Warhaven fans as developers Nexon announced the free-to-play medieval fantasy warfare title will be heading to consoles and is now available under Steam Early Access.

Medieval Fantasy Wargame Warhaven Now Available In Early Access

Warhaven boasts impressive 12 vs. 12 battles as players in squad groups of 3 attempt to outwit and outmaneuver their enemies in fast-paced, action-packed battles. Players can now download the free-to-play title on Steam, under the Early Access banner, and a console release is planned for the future.

Warhaven’s game director, Eunseok Yi“This journey has been defined by the unwavering support of our dedicated community and the tireless efforts of our development team. We’re immensely thrilled to bring Warhaven to a broader audience, ensuring that both PC and console players can soon unite in the epic battles of Herarth. Whether you are joining us today as part of the Early Access community on Steam, or you’ll be joining us in the future on console, our commitment remains steadfast: to craft an unforgettable gaming experience that you can share with your friends”

For more information on Warhaven, check out the Official Website or get involved on the Official Discord.

Source: Press Release
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