Warhammer: Vermintide 2

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Game Worth $29.99 for Free[Steam]

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Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is an action game played from the first-person perspective. It’s the sequel to 2015’s Warhammer: End Times–Vermintide.

The game’s developer and publisher, Fatshark, is celebrating seven years of the franchise’s first game, Warhammer: End Times–Vermintide, by giving Vermintide 2 away for free to all Steam users starting today.

For a limited time, PC gamers can download Vermintide 2 game from Steam without having to shell out the full $29.99 asking price.

Players have until Monday, November 7, to claim the game from the Steam store page if they want to keep it in their libraries forever.

As a bonus, a new mission set in the snowy mountains and involving a “village plagued by strange and unusual happenings” is being added to the game for free on November 8 under the title A Trail of Treachery. It’s the first half of a two-part story, with the sequel expected in 2023.

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Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Game Play

About Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Game:

The graphically striking and innovative Vermintide 2 pushes the boundaries of the first-person co-op genre and has received widespread critical acclaim.

The four-player co-op game takes place in the Warhammer Fantasy universe and features the party fending off waves of Chaos army brutes and the ever-present Skaven. There are five playable characters, each with their own set of skills and abilities. The game features 15 distinct talent trees and over 50 weapon types, allowing for a wide variety of play styles.

This sequel continues the story of the Heroes of Ubersreik as they face off against the Skaven hordes of Clan Fester and their new allies, the Rotbloods (a Chaos Warband dedicated to Nurgle, the Chaos God of Disease and Decay). The Beastmen, a pack of chaotically mutated hominoids on the hunt for the “Herdstone,” first appeared in the “Winds of Magic” add-on.