A Deathwing Terminator. Not related to the dragon.

There's a Space Hulk first-person shooter in development - and its teaser trailer has just been released.

Space Hulk: Deathwing, not related to Danish indie Full Control's recently-released Space Hulk turn-based strategy game, is the latest product to fall off the Games Workshop video game licensing line.

It's published by Focus Home Interactive and developed on Unreal Engine 4 by Streum On Studio, the team behind E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy, with production help from Cyanide.

As you'd expect from any Space Hulk game, you play a Space Marine Terminator and fight Genestealers on board a creepy derelict space ship. You will gain new skills, abilities and equipment as you complete missions and earn experience. More specifically, you play as a Librarian and have access to Psykers powers. You gain Fervor Points to spend on four skill trees.

And that's she wrote for now. Trailer is below.

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