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  • One year later's review of Warhammer: Vermintide 2
    Time: Sep. 19, 2019

    Warhammer: Vermintide 2 was released on March 8, 2018 for PC. Maybe you've never heard of that. You may have forgotten it, but know that it has always been good and has improved in the last 12 months.

    Developed by the Swedish development studio Fatshark, Vermintide 2 is the sequel to Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide 2015. Like its predecessor, it focuses on squads of four players that make their way between hordes of rats, barbarians and others. warped enemies the greatest imaginary universe of Warhammer, that is, the medieval and non-futuristic space called Warhammer 40,000.

    Vermintide 2 did not improve significantly compared to the first game because it only offered more, much more. It also started with some problems. Fortunately, after a few patches, two console ports and two larger extensions, these boots look clean and polished and are ready to break huge asses in the ass.

    Warhammer Vermintide 2 Steam CD Key arrives at Steam on March 8. Receive mostly positive reviews, even from Steam users. However, some criticize the lack of stability of online games, occasional disconnections and dependence on point-to-point connections instead of dedicated servers. However, Paul Tamayo and Tim Rogers of Kotaku play and benefit.

    Fatshark releases the first major patch of the game on March 15, which corrects a series of errors and problems, followed by a second major patch on March 20 to solve stability problems and optimize the difficulty of the final. make it more varied. However, these changes go too far in the other direction, causing a shortage of certain levels. As a result, Fatshark chooses to cancel changes to a patch released on March 23.

    Fatshark announces that the third DLC of the game, Winds of Magic, will be launched this summer, adding a new enemy faction, Beastmen, as well as a new mode focused on completing new combinations of existing levels in the same glove.

    And that's exactly where things are. The game is now much more stable, especially on the PC, but also on the console. Most of the errors have been fixed and there are few problems with the online connection.