In the demo we got to try two different levels. The first was a ork level, dealing with their invasion of area and trying to cut it off, which was rather basic in design. Kill some orks, do a objective, kill some more orks, fight some big boss ork then finish level. This level wasn't too impressive but it did get us familiar with the controls. The second level was a level with chaos space marine and orks, which was a lot more fun and interesting. You feel almost secondary to their battle. Every area you enter has a battle already taking place, impressive battles that make you want to dive into the chaos and chain sword (or power axe) some enemies in half. You get to try your hand as a heavy bolter, melta gun and a scout bolter (sniper rifle), all of which have a different feel. You may also use the power axe in this level which seems to be a more powerful version of the chainsword. Slamming down some orcs and then executing them with the B attack is fantastic feeling. Ranged combat felt pretty solid but it didn't make me want to continually find more enemies to gun down, melee did.
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