Something is not right in the town of Stromdorf, the new DLC for Vermintide. A courier carrying important news has disappeared, and the Skaven seem once again to be plotting something sinister.Read full description
"Oh lovely. Bit of rain to really make the journey special."
Something is not right in the town of Stromdorf, the new DLC for Vermintide. A courier carrying important news has disappeared, and the Skaven seem once again to be plotting something sinister.
Make your way across the roaming hills outside of Stromdorf in The Courier, in search of the missing courier and the information he carries. Continue your journey in Reaching Out by venturing in to Stromdorf, a city with a history of fantastically brewed beer and never-ending rain, and take the Skaven head-on. In this DLC, you will also get the Executioner's Sword, a mighty two-handed sword for Markus Kruber to slice off multiple skulls at once with.
Whatever foul deeds the Skaven are planning, it is up to our heroes to stop them!
New Map: The Courier - Somewhere among these beautiful green hills is the missing courier, and hopefully our heroes aren't too late
New Map: Reaching Out - The heavens are constantly stormy over the town of Stromdorf, but that doesn't stop our heroes from treading through the muddy streets to battle the Skaven up close
New Weapon: Executioner's Sword - Markus Kruber is eager to wield this massive two-handed sword that can behead multiple Skaven at once. This weapon can only drop on levels included in the Stromdorf DLC
5 New Achievements - Time to challenge yourself with 5 new achievements
STROMDORF adds a new melee weapon and two additional maps to Vermintide, with the other DLCs adding three and two melee and two ranged weapons this is less than usual but the price is a bit cheaper. What this does include that others don't is a boss fight at the end of the second map against a large and powerful Skaven that uses a magic and a large polearm. The first map has you fighting through a sunny and green country side before arriving at the second map that mostly takes place in a dark and rainy town. If you enjoy the game and still want more of it, and likely if you still have people interested in playing it with you, this is worth a purchase.
Wrhammer: End Times - Vermintide is pretty good variation about Left 4 Dead. Good graphics, nice sound, and pretty solid, although basic, gameplay, especially fun with friends. This DLC adds two maps, and while both of them are pretty good, they might feel little short on content, mostly because you can beat both in around hour if you have competent team with you. Also, reward could've been better, since it is more like a reskin of already existing weapons rather than something new or worth trouble. Overall, it is weaker than Castle Drachenfells, because it doesn't bring maps as big, nor Karak Azgaraz, which had also bigger maps, pretty fun weapons and great music, but it is great extension of already good game. Recommended.
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