Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 reviews have started to drop, and we’ve rounded them up for you.
Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2, the real-time strategy adapted from Games Workshop’s tabletop game, hits PC today. While there aren’t many reviews to speak of just yet, we’ve posted what’s available as of press time.
A sequel to 2017’s RTS based on the tabletop game, it features a host of upgrades including all 12 factions from the tabletop game.
During the recent pre-order betas, players were able to try out ship building, all multiplayer and skirmish options, the over 80 sub-factions, ranked play, and custom map options.
The full release features over 100+ hours worth of single-player gameplay, and every campaign is also playable in co-op, with two players controlling a split fleet in each battle.
All scores for the game below are based out of ten unless noted. When more reviews are available, we’ll update this page.
Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 reviews – all the scores
- Rock, Paper, Shotgun – Unscored
- PC Invasion – In Progress
- Wccftech – 8.3
- Game Watcher – 8
- Strategy Gamer – 3/5