About The Update
The latest update of Warhammer 40K: Darktide is bringing major changes for the players which will help players to how they earn gear and modify gear, this update will step in the right direction as fans are criticizing heavily for feeling incomplete in this game.
Patch #4, Blessings of the Omnissiah improved numerous aspects of Darktide’s progression. Such as beginner players will always receive a new weapon or piece of gear on completing a mission, which was not in the case until now. If a player completes a mission on higher difficulties then the chances of receiving a higher-rarity item will also increase for that particular player.
Since the game has launched in the market, players are complaining and criticizing as they are unable to obtain the gear they want, as doing so largely revolved around sitting at a vendor that stocked random weapons and waiting for the vendor to refresh its inventory.
With this update, developer Fatshark has solved this issue, as players can simply buy the basic version of any of his/her preferred weapon types they’ve unlocked at the Armory Exchange.
Players can now enjoy and control their progression as a key part of Darktide’s endgame, can now be extracted, and weapon blessings modified at the Shrine of their Omnissiah. Along with this, Sire Melk’s Requisitorium has also been updated and improved. His challenges are generally easy to attempt now and the rewards he offers have improved.
Emotes have also been added to this game so that players can interact with another player while they are in the game’s hub section. As players are complaining about fewer missions, developer Fatshark has also addressed this issue by adding more missions which will be available at any time via the mission board as of Patch #4.
Issues Which Developers Have Fixed
Players have complained about the game’s microtransactions, technical glitches, disappointing progression, and many other lists of issues since the launch of this game. While Blessings of the Omnissiah does at least address the progression aspect of Darktide, many players are still unhappy with the overall state of the game.
As this update brings major changes and solved many problems which fans are facing, but still positive responses are yet to be seen, as Steam’s comment section is full of negative reviews which addresses on how Darktide feels unfinished or like it’s still in the early access, despite the game’s full release. Hope developer Fatshark will also tackle the all new fresh issues.