It's a mouthful, but Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Realms of Ruin is looking like a solid real-time strategy game for PS5 players, and it takes the field on 17th November. We got a new trailer and a better look at gameplay, with Realms of Ruin being developed in tandem for both PC and console.

Realm of Ruin's single-player campaign follows a detachment of Stormcast Eternals as they attempt to unearth a powerful artefact and defend their stronghold from the encroaching Orruk Kruleboyz. It tells a narrative tale with some impressive animations and cutscenes, all based on the tabletop miniatures of Games Workshop's devising.

Conquest Mode looks like an exciting addition, which has players face a series of procedurally generated skirmishes across a larger map, culminating in a final showdown to end the run. The goal is to earn a high score, but this is complicated by random events and modifiers, adding a little chaos into the mix.

What do you think of Realms of Ruin, a strategic snack or not your cup of tea? Form orderly ranks in the comments section below.