The exciting first gameplay trailer for Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realms of Ruin has been revealed. A major real-time strategy game is coming soon to PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC via Steam and Epic Games Store, in partnership with Games Workshop.

Featuring both a cinematic single-player campaign and 1v1 and 2v2 competitive cross-platform multiplayer, Realms of Ruin is designed for both genre veterans and newcomers. Players will soon have an early opportunity to sample 1v1 online multiplayer for themselves. There will be an open beta taking place across all platforms on 7th-10th July. This will include both the Stormcast Eternals and Orruk Kruleboyz as playable factions. A second open beta will follow later this summer.

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In Realms of Ruin’s multiplayer matches, the goal is to control more Victory Points than the opponent, draining their score down to zero in quickfire and exciting games. Players will fight across multiple fronts as they capture Arcane Conduits around the map and strengthen their armies by building Bastions in these locations, accumulating more resources as they push towards the annihilation of their enemies.

Unlocking additional tiers of the tech tree enables each faction to unleash their deadliest and most visually spectacular squads, resulting in a furious, ever-changing tug-of-war to control the map. Players who want to experience this for themselves can sign up to learn more about the open betas at

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realms of Ruin has been developed simultaneously for both console and PC. Players using a controller will experience DirectStep, an innovative and intuitive new real-time strategy interface, while PC players can also enjoy a traditional mouse and keyboard RTS control scheme.

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