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Man O' War: Corsair - Warhammer Naval Battles





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Man O' War: Corsair - Warhammer Naval Battles





Send Skaven ships to the murky depths, cut Khorne’s champions to pieces & battle sea monsters as you explore the Warhammer oceans. Turn pirate & become the scourge of the Empire, or trade your way to riches along the Bretonnian coast. Based on Games Workshop's classic Man O’ War.

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Man O' War: Corsair.
Engage in epic naval combat and explore the oceans of the Warhammer world.
Man O' War: Corsair is a video game of high adventure, naval combat and exploration based on the Games Workshop classic Man O' War table top game.

Your Quest
Sail the seas plundering enemy ships, visiting ports, and trading. Dominate everything in your path with a fleet of ships at your back and watch people flee at the mere sight of you, leaving legends of your deeds in the history books and steel through the hearts of your enemies.

Explore and Fight
Captain a wide variety of unique sailing vessels, explore and trade whilst combating enemy ships in frantic naval action.

Boarding Actions
As well as sea battles, engaging in boarding actions with enemy vessels sees you walking the deck, weapon in hand, attacking enemy crew. Loot the vessels or sink them, the choice is yours.

Enemies and Allies
Buy a variety of unique and deadly ships. Command allies from different races and fight many deadly enemies. Fierce storms, deadly fleets and terrible foes will block your path to ultimate glory.

Custom Battles
Build your own fleet from any faction in game, and battle it against any foe you choose.

The Old World
A captain in Man O' War: Corsair can sail the coast of a huge continent in the Warhammer world. Visiting over 50 ports from Erengrad to Sartosa, the sea is yours to explore.
A heroic adventurer does not only have enemy ships to contend with. The deep and unexplored oceans hold terrifying creatures that few see and live to tell the tale.
These deadly creatures emerging from the deep sea will chill blood and drop jaws in equal measure. The wise would attempt to flee but those brave enough to tackle such creatures will be famed throughout the world.

Here there be monsters....

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Evil Twin Artworks
Evil Twin Artworks
Adventure, Action
Saturday, August 19, 2017
English, French, German, Hungarian, Spanish
Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements


  • Windows 7 64 bit 
  • Intel Core i5 2.6Ghz 
  • Memory 4BG 
  • GeForce 9800 GT 
  • Disk Space 30gb 


  • OSX 10.9 
  • Intel Core i5 2.6Ghz 
  • Memory 4BG 
  • Intel Iris 
  • Disk Space 30gb



  • SteamOS or Ubuntu 14.10 
  • Intel Core i3-4170T 
  • Memory 4BG 
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 850M 2GB 
  • Disk Space 30gb
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Not so great take on Warhammer universe!


Man O' War: Corsair - Warhammer Naval Battles as the name clarifies, is a game that tries to combine two genres in the fan favorite Warhammer universe and it succeeds in some points but can not manage to do it in most part of the game. Having the old style melee combat system of Warhammer games as pirates is a good idea, but the ability to implementation of it is more important, the factor which this game kinda fails to deliver in most parts and mostly makes the melee combat after a while boring and without any serious fun and challenge anymore. The naval combat on the other hand is pretty cool and enjoyable, and it uses some great takes from old and lovely pioneers in this gameplay style titles, like Assassin's Creed Black Flag, and manages to deliver a good experience in this area. the exploring is another good part of the game, but after awhile it loses its charms too and becomes kinda repetitive too. So i guess Man O' War: Corsair - Warhammer Naval Battles had some great potentials but sadly coudln't manage to deliver them all in high value quality, and that's why we can call it just and Average experience!

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