Free DLC Coming to Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide
Greg Johnson / Nov 13th, 2015 No Comments
Since its PC release on Oct. 23, Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide has surpassed 300,000 copies sold, developer Fatshark announced. In addition, the developer teased fans with the announcement of upcoming DLC, Sigmar’s Blessing.
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“I’m super excited to announce that Sigmar’s Blessing will be free for all current and future Vermintide players,” Martin Wahlun, CEO of Fatshark, said in a press release. “…going forward, Vermintide will offer alternating free and paid DLC”.
Sigmar’s Blessing will be the first piece of DLC for Vermintide and will feature a bevy of new weapons, an improved loot-drop system and more ways of salvaging unwanted loot. Aside from this DLC, Fatshark plans to add a “realism” mode, which will do away with the HUD for a more challenging experience. Also in the works is Survival mode, which will pit players against progressively harder enemies in a bid to survive as long as possible.
Fatshark has plans to release Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in the first quarter of 2016. Currently, the game is available on PC.
Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide is simply put, a great game. Seeing developer Fatshark put forward free content as well as paid is a good omen for the game going forward. Currently the game’s only true flaw is lack of content. Thirteen missions offer a lot of replay value especially when grinding for better gear, but without more content to utilize the better gear in, Vermintide risks falling by the wayside.
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