Warhammer 40,000: Gladius – T’au Review

PC Gaming and tabletop gaming combine forces, to bring you Warhammer 40,000: Gladius

Ok, so this game has been around for about two years now but we wanted to highlight the fact that you can finally play as T’au!

The T’au faction are technically a small fry in the universe of Warhammer 40k. Their Empire is miniature compared to other factions however, they’re technologically advanced and have the ability to somehow befriend every alien race they come across.

Despite their innovative technology traits, T’au seem to be lacking in other aspects. If you are familiar with Warhammer 40k abilities, you’ll know that having psychic powers can often boost your army and unfortunately for T’au they are lacking these fundamental abilities.

It’s all sounding a little negative for the T’au army right now but let us shine some much needed light on this army (because let’s face it they don’t have a god to do it for them).

It’s not all doom and gloom for T’au as we see the doomed Forth Sphere Expansion to help claim other worlds outside of their own empire.  Not to mention the fact you will become the leader of the contingent which saves the Greater Good Warp deity.

Warhammer 40k Gladius: Relics of War, The T’au  Gameplay

After being catapulted into the universe to ensure the survival of the T’au and being engulfed by the warp it is your mission to conquer and survive for the greater good.

So, now you have some background, let’s talk about T’au game play.

What can you expect? Well, you can use your influence to purchase multiple resources, including population. You can recruit auxiliaries and hire a ton of civilisation barbarians to boost your army and fight your way across the board.

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Playing with T’au is pretty fun, you can fly, fight, build cities, eradicate enemy territories and go as deep into strategy as you wish.

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Overall, as far as the army goes you the T’au remind us of the Eldar. Just like the Eldar, most of the T’au units are defensibly weak.  However, they are capable of some pretty impressive long ranged firepower allowing you to keep enemies at bay.

We give this game an 8/10

Warhammer 40k: Gladius – T’au has some interesting looking graphics which help strategy gameplay come to life. However, if you want the full effects we have a range of Gaming PCs and Gaming Laptops suitable.