Warhammer 40.000: Eternal Crusade and the entire hell of a development cycle it went through over the years produced results that were less than stellar. Warhammer 40.000 still doesn't have a proper MMO and it's high time someone gets around to making one.
Hungarian developer NeocoreGames is next in line to take a swing at making 40K work as an MMO. Warhammer 40.000: Inquisitor - Martyr was supposed to release in December last year but got delayed into the later half of 2017. For roughly £30 everyone interested in the game can join an in-house alpha/founder/early access type of launch going live tomorrow.
Inquistor - Martyr promisees a strange mix of sandbox elements and randomly generated maps wrapped into a persistent community driven universe. What was shown of the game so far looks like a fresh take on the tried and true Diablo formula dipped into a vat of boiling 40K blood and gore. I can get behind that and 40K desperately needs a good MMO. We will know whether Inquisitor - Martyr can deliver the goods in a short while.