Warhammer 40K: Shootas, Blood and Teef PC Review

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Warhammer 40K have always been a popular series and one that has a lot of games in the franchise. They are always fun to play and give plenty of replayability with online play a major part of some titles. So now the latest release in the series is Warhammer 40K: Shootas, Blood and Teef. Having played and enjoyed some of the other games in the series I was excited to try this new game to see if it is still as much fun as the others.

Developer: Rogueside
Publisher: Rogueside
Release Date: 20 October 2022

CPU: Intel Core i5 / AMD Equivalent
GPU: Geforce GTX 1060 / AMD Equivalent

Review code was provided.


Warhammer 40K: Shootas, Blood and Teef is a 2D shooter with a primary focus on co-op play. The game has a campaign mode that is fun to play even if a little bit short with chaotic gameplay that is probably enough to give some replayability. The story starts of with a short, but fun cutscene which is pretty that includes plenty of betrayal, yelling and lots of ammo being spent in an over-the-top style.

You can choose to play alone or take up to another three friends along with you to cause havoc on the world. The enemies are a mix bag from the Warhammer universe so there is plenty of variety and you get to play the role of a big, angry Ork. You will generally get around four to six hours of gameplay in campaign mode and then you have the multiplayer mode to take over.

There is some replayability in the game, but this would mostly be for grinding the in-game currency Teef. This can then be used to purchase weapons and various outfit upgrades which are all available from the Mek Shop. You have a variety of standard weapons available to you include a handgun, shotgun, machine gun and missile launcher to name a few. These will generally be unlocked during the first playthrough of the campaign mode.

To continue the fun there are a few PVP modes that get unlocked after the campaign mode. I didn’t get to try this out but I am sure that with it being online as well as offline, then it will be a fun addition to get a few mates togethers and just have fun. The controls work well and for the most part they do what they are meant too except when it comes to aiming. This is more noticeable when using a missile launcher to take out an enemy in the distance as it is hard to hit them, which is frustrating at times.

The game visuals look great while not being taxing on the system. The animations are smooth and well-drawn to show plenty of detail in both the background and characters. The art style may not appeal to everyone, but I liked it a lot. The soundtrack is also awesome with heavy metal music that brings the atmosphere to make the gameplay even more fun. The sound effects are average but when using a headset, they tend to sound slightly muffled.

Final Thoughts

Warhammer 40K: Shootas, Blood and Teef is a fun shooter game in the franchise. The 2D graphics work well and the gameplay is chaotic and silly at times but this adds to its charm. There are a few issues like aiming and in an headset the sound effects are a little muffled, but these are not game breaking and the game is still a good four to six hour gameplay experience. This is a worthy purchase for veterans and newcomers alike.

[review_summary positives=”Fun Gameplay
Co-Op Play for Up To Four People
You have Orks” negatives=”Campaign Is a Bit Short
Aiming Is An Issue At Times”][rating title=”Gameplay” value=”8.5″]
[rating title=”Graphics” value=”8.0″] [/review_summary]

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