Warhammer 40,000: Everlasting Campaign has come to an finish.
Behaviour Interactive’s aggressive multiplayer third-person shooter was consigned to the Warp final evening, on Friday, 10th September. It’s not playable.
Everlasting Campaign launched in September 2016 on PC, with a deliberate console launch printed by Bandai Namco that didn’t materialise. It had 4 playable factions: the Area Marines, Chaos, Orks and Eldar.
Richie Shoemaker penned Eurogamer’s Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade review, calling it “an bold and promising multiplayer shooter tackle 40Okay that is left Early Entry a bit prematurely”.
5 years later, the Everlasting Campaign is over. Streamer ZoranTheBear captured the second the servers switched off dwell on Twitch (skip to the tip to see the ultimate moments):
“We’re happy with all the work that went into Warhammer 40,000: Everlasting Campaign, and for the wonderful group that rallied behind the sport,” Behaviour Interactive stated in a put up on Steam.
“Thanks for all the things, we respect all your help by way of the years.”