A new video has been released showing the way your environment can be destroyed in Inquisitor: Martyr. Most of us are familiar with destructible items within the gaming environment such as barrels and cars. Inquisitor: Martyr Takes it to another level, allowing you to pockmark the walls with bolter rounds, smash down columns, and blast covering terrain to bits.
This is something I’ve wanted to see in video games for quite some time. It always seems silly to me when a weapon that can take down a tank does nothing to a wall, a door, or an ornate statue. It’s much more satisfying, especially when the game in set in a universe of perpetual war such as Warhammer 40,000, when can leave an indelible mark on your surroundings during the course of an epic battle.
It seems especially fitting for Inquisitor: Martyr, which was based on a tabletop combat-driven RPG, that uses large miniatures and grim gothic terrain pieces. I’m not sure you’d be able to blow a gantry out from underneath someone like you could in the tabletop version of Inquisitor, but I’m still looking forward to blasting big gaping holes in the floor where my enemy used to be.