Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr is another game that adds to the 40k universe and offers players a different style say, Warhammer 40,000: Darktide. Without knowing much about the game, players are quick to make mistakes. For new players, it would be advisable to learn about the lore, pay attention to the history of the game and learn the basic mechanisms.

The game does offer good tutorials that will allow a new player to master the game with confidence. However, these tutorials only get the player excited and the rest is up to them. For beginners, playing the game is the first step to learning, but don’t despair. Everyone makes mistakes while learning, and here are a few that are typical Warhammer 40k:The inquisitor is a martyr.


7 Not using the environment

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr Explosive barrels

The environment can usually be used to the player’s advantage by blowing them up near enemies. And if the player gets lucky or just blows things up, there’s a good chance that there will be rewards hidden in the destructible items. There is a chance to recover credits or even items from crumbling objects.

Players can also take cover using the environment, but some types of cover are easier to destroy than others. The colored barrels are very easy to destroy, but there are other parts of the environment that will be destroyed if enough damage is done.

6 Terminology overload

Terminology Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr

The game can be awesome, especially for new players. The Warhammer 40k The universe is huge and even studying terminology can be a disappointment. 40k Martyr tries to guide players through the story, but even new players can be expected to have a lot of background knowledge.

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Newbies to the ARPG genre will take time to get used to the gameplay style as it differs from other heavyweights in the genre such as Diablo or Path of exile. Focus on the tutorials and if it gets too much, take a break, but don’t give up. There is a lot of content to go through and it becomes easier to understand.

5 Fresh air is underestimated

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr Gas Trap

Any experienced player knows that entering a poisoned trap room can be deadly. When the player enters, the room is sealed and flooded with poison. Fortunately, there is a quick way to get over it. Destroy the exit or entrance and it should clear the poison. It’s not obvious, and new players will likely encounter these trap rooms at first.

However, there is a bonus to triggering traps. There is a heroic deed called “Death Cheat” that is granted when the player manages 50 traps. Another great tip is that destroyed traps also fall under this umbrella; there is no need to face them.

4 Not knowing what to sell and what to save

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr Trading

There are two ways to deal with excess loot: players can either sell it or salvage it to collect valuable resources. There is a lot of gear in the early game that new players will hoard because they don’t know whether to sell or salvage the gear.

It’s instantly tempting to salvage everything for materials, but most high-level types should be sold, not salvaged. This is because in the early stages of the game, selling gives both money and fate, and fate helps unlock the tech tree. Destroying some items like an ancient relic will be useful for socket materials, but it will be less common.

3 Wholesale without attention

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Marty Inventory

in Warhammer 40k Inquisitor – Martyr, the player’s inventory will be filled with loot after each mission. Fortunately, there is an option to select items for sale based on their rarity. However, players will not be able to visit the vendor and redeem this sold loot. In other games, sold loot will appear in the vendor’s inventory. But here top tip: In this game, once the player exits the vendor, the loot will disappear.

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This is a great feature, but be very careful when selling in bulk. Some items that the player wants to keep may be mistakenly sold and lost forever.

2 Do not look for hidden chests

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Marty Chest

In most games, players will be aware of the hidden loot that the game developers hide in hidden places. It is no different in Warhammer 40k Inquisitor – Martyr. However, players should pay special attention to the end of the mission, as this is where errors can occur.

Often the end zone will have a hidden chest or loot of some sort. There may even be other areas of the map that haven’t been explored before completing the mission, offering more enemies and more XP. Try to search everywhere and clear the map before completing the mission at the first opportunity.

1 Skipping history

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor - Martyr Lore

Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor Martyr a very fun game in itself; however, much will be lost by players who are unaware of the story the game is telling. New players will be able to get the gist of the game, and the tutorials are great for filling in some of the knowledge gaps. But to truly enjoy the game, it would be best if players understood what role they play in the universe Warhammer 40K.

The Warhammer universe is a sprawling entity loved by fans all over the world, even capturing the heart of Henry Cavill. It would be a bit like a game of lord of the rings A game without prior knowledge of the universe of Middle-earth. Fortunately, the internet has a ridiculous amount of content to consume. Learn the basics and then enjoy the game even more!

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr now available on PS5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

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