Warhammer Age of Sigmar Tempestfall Review – Magic Failed Again Review

Sigmar’s beard is my proof, and this is not how I had imagined a VR game within the Warhammer Fantasy universe. The creators of Carbon Studio – the authors of the infamous The Wizards – again cruelly treated the players. They created a tempting and promising world. However, the combat system and spell casting mechanics are entirely sloppy. We will explain why Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Tempest fall isn’t the most outstanding work from Carbon Studio. Polish studio.

  • producer: Carbon Studio
  • Publisher: Carbon Studio
  • Please note: November 17, 2021

In reality, the realm of Warhammer Fantasy is the last location I’d ever want to explore personally. However, If I were the powerful Lord of Mystery Castor called from Siegmar his self to unleash uncontrolled rage of the skies over the Realms of Death and free the souls of the menacing brothers snatched through the necromancer, it is rude to deny.

You start your journey in the outskirts of Dreadheim amid Dreadheim, where an eruption from black magic caused another deadly quake. Through the undead hordes, take your steps towards Sigmar’s Temple, where the remains of the thundering group have retreated when you encounter the senior Sequitor, the protector and liberator from the vanguard. You begin your sacred journey.

In the game Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Tempest, fall players must traverse vast and arid areas surrounded by a plethora of undead. The main gameplay will be a series of massive battles against the dark minions and their leaders, gathering collectibles and looking for items needed to build the potential of Castor.

The Lord of Mysteries has three weapons available to him The God-King’s ferocious Blade of the Storm, the Storm Staff containing the power of thousands of storms, as well as the Long Aether Staff – a powerful weapon that can unleash an entire storm upon Siegmar’s foes. The player can carry one weapon from every hand and switch the weapons and create a new gun seemingly from the air.

You’re free to strike any one of them. However, it’s far more effective to utilize the storm power contained in all of Castor’s weapons. A charged blade can allow players to be close to opponents with a devastating lunge. The storm staff can strike by lightning, while the ether staff will cause an erupting thunder wall.

After that, if you find the sigils and celestial, you can master new spells, including a variety to each weapon. These powers aren’t limitless. The runes applied onto the shaft (or blade when the blade is involved) will diminish as you use the power and then slowly recharge. The good thing is that each weapon comes with its energy source, which means you can switch and mix them as you want.

Castor is a powerful weapon on its own. He can boost his fists to strike enemies with lightning bolts or break enemies by hand, and his arsenal may include additional items such as an illuminating torch for dark places or a sledgehammer that could also blast the skull of a skeleton should you wish to.

However, the hammer is used to make the temple forge, where the players, with the aid of fragments from the Storm Scroll and shards of zigmarite, can manually build their weapons using the anvil. They have three levels of advancement that increase direct damage and energy recovery rate.

The creators made sure that those who aren’t acquainted with their Age of Sigmar universe will grasp the general concept of the universe and the people who live there. There are also hidden books and scrolls containing the tales of the past and other small items that won’t be difficult to locate due to the levels’ simple but very appealing design.

What I enjoyed:

This game captures the Warhammer Fantasy’s feel very well. The setting’s implementation was the one thing Carbon Studio managed well. The game has pretty good images, excellent music, ridiculous speeches, beautiful, dark landscape, and scrambled vibrant scenes that greatly enhance the experience.

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Tempest fall is created with a keen eye for detail. The developers show a real passion for the universe manifested in the most minor aspects, such as the frescoes and tapestries in the halls of the shrine to the style of the armor worn by the Stormborn. The setting is ominous and alien, yet natural when compared with Vermintide and Mordheim.


The game is customizable. If Carbon Studio has taken something by working on The Wizards, it’s to consider the requirements of various kinds of VR gamers. Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Tempest fall comes with a wide range of options, including choosing the degree of rotation and kind of movement (teleport and combined, with the controller, and by way of seeing).

Players can decide their own pace and alter the size of their frames (which helps to prevent motion sickness) and even have an additional button on the controller that allows you to change where you are at any time during the game. However, there is no “sitting mode,” but who can fight undead sitting in a comfortable chair?

What’s not to love:

The combat mechanic used in Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Tempest fall is a bit oddly designed. Foot opponents that strawmen are light, thin, and fragile; you could barely feel the impact of them. You can “plug” an entire army of bones by striking them with whatever force you wish. The amount of force you use is unimportant, and the speed isn’t restricted.

It is possible to counter enemy attacks. However, most of them are illegible and don’t make any sense. Enemies can’t parry in any way. Even with a massive shield, they cannot escape the volley of strikes. It’s unclear why Stormtroopers remain were ensconced in the temple in a time when the enemy is fragile that it will crumble under the sharp eyes of the warrior King of God.

Molts are a great way to throw them out of your hands. Castor and I have scattered about a dozen skeletons by shooting the skeletons with one hand while being held to a rope suspended over an abyss using the other. Sometimes, opponents bump against walls that appear invisible at a distance and then pile up upon them in anticipation of your punishment.

Spell mechanics are not working correctly. For both editions of The Wizards, one of the most significant issues I encountered was the flawed implementation of the spell-creating system, and the same issue is present in Tempestfall. Although it was more straightforward to use magic in this game (less manipulation of hands in the air and spells aren’t as complicated), the majority of them aren’t working.

According to the guideline for making a lightning dash using the sword, you must hit the spell button and lunge. You just need to put the sword over your head to make a chain lightning strike. However, the spells work only on the tenth or twentieth attempt.

Only at a specific arm location and a certain hand distance away from the headphone, and by observing the swing amplitude, is it feasible to perform the trick repeatedly, or even three times, which is impossible to do in a battle with an overwhelming number of mobile adversaries.

The majority of interactivity functions in a way that is sloppy. The game can’t read hand positions correctly; it isn’t able to detect the force of the pressure applied to levers, pressure plates. Are you looking to break the double doors in front of you? No, you aren’t able to. The doors should be opened slowly and at speed set by the system. If you don’t, the Tempestfall will not be able to take your entry.

The climbing mechanics need to be refined. The climbing on ledges is in a way that is more or less safe; when you are climbing between ropes and ropes, hands are shown anyplace however not in the grip position or the narrow passageways, also due to the improperly identified hands, nothing is worth to be stuck in.

Is it worth taking?

I’d recommend not purchasing Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Tempest falls at the moment regardless of how passionate an avid fan you are. It’s not until the mechanics for casting spells are finalized. The problem is if they’ll improve their effectiveness, as in the story of The Wizards, the situation hasn’t changed positively.

Perhaps Carbon Studio is trying very difficult and lacks expertise; however, that’s not the issue, Is it? Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Tempest fall is gorgeous, beautiful, and exciting. However, it’s difficult to play currently.

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