Nov 21, 2017 Last Updated 12:18 PM, Nov 20, 2017

Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf New Survival Mode

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A stable Warp portal has opened, and wave after wave of Chaos Cultists are pouring through it. Only you and your faithful Space Wolves stand in their way to protect the Empire. How long will you survive Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf new Survival Mode? This mode, one of the most beloved by fans of the mobile version, arrived recently to the Steam Early Access version of Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf. In it, you have to face hordes of Chaos forces in constantly changing conditions; as you survive new waves of Cultists, you will get unique rewards, available only in this mode.

To celebrate this release, Herocraft has announced a limited public promocode that will give you special rewards. Go to Collection – Redeem Promocodes in the game and redeem the promocode SURVIVALPC to receive 5 boosters. This promocode will be valid till May 31, 23:59 GMT. Share it with all your readers so they can get this unique reward.

FEATURES

- Fight against hordes of fanatic Chaos Cultists

- Get unique rewards available only in this mode

- Try out new tactics in constantly changing conditions

About HeroCraft

HeroCraft is an established developer and publisher of games for mobile platforms, social networks and personal computers. Today the HeroCraft portfolio comprises over 150 games from an array of genres. With its focus on strategy games HeroCraft successfully worked on licensed IP title Majesty Mobile. Headquartered in Kaliningrad, Russia, HeroCraft was founded in 2002 and employs over 100 staff in offices across Europe.

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