Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate Daemonhunters – All Basic Classes Explained

Kirthana K
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Warhammer 40K Chaos Gate Daemonhunters has 4 basic classes and 4 advanced classes, making it a total of 8 classes that you can play as in the game. In this guide, we will see what each of the basic classes’ stands for in Warhammer 40K.

Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate Daemonhunters – All Basic Classes Explained

Along with choosing which class you would like in your team, you can also select which abilities you would like to unlock. There are 36 abilities available for each class, but you will have to earn the appropriate skill points to upgrade these abilities. For now, let’s take a look at the basic classes and what they do.

At the start of the game, you can build your team around the four basic classes, till you can unlock the advanced classes. Here we will see an in-depth explanation of the basic classes in Warhammer 40K Chaos Gate.


The warrior class in Warhammer 40K, the Justicar can use its ability, Crushing Charge, to ram through obstacles and enemies with high force, dealing stun and damage. The Justicar can also boost allies’ willpower and action points by using the Honor the Chapter ability, which in turn lets them take up more actions.


The Interceptor can be used to teleport between locations using the Teleport Strike ability, which is handy while trying to take out unaware enemies and close the distance. Support Fire helps them to fire at enemies when an ally does the same, without compromising the Interceptor’s action points.


The Purgator deals with heavy ranged weapons, and using the Arcane Weapons ability can increase the damage rate of these weapons. Its Emperor’s Light ability can potentially blind enemies with an AoE psychic energy, and it can also remove all Bloom mutations.


Your team will need a medic, and the Apothecary is a support member that can do that. With the Narthecium equipped on them, they can use the Battlefield Medicine ability to heal wounded allies. They can also use their Biomancies ability to buff allies, which in turn gives them either a temporary stun ability or additional action points.

These are all the basic classes and how they work in Warhammer 40,000 Chaos Gate Daemonhunter. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.

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