Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is out now on Xbox One Game Pass For Free
Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is out now on Xbox One Game Pass For Free: Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is the sequel to the 2015’s Warhammer: End Times-Vermintide developed and published by Fastshark. Vermintide 2, gory first-person action game, was released on March 8, 2018, for Windows. It has now been launched for Xbox One and you can get it for free if you are a subscriber to Microsoft’s Game Pass service.
Vermintide 2 and its predecessor basically look like Left 4 Dead, but it is by no means a carbon copy of Valve’s co-op zombies FPS. You and three companies fight their way through a liner level filled with Chaos soldiers and hordes of humanoid rat creatures called Skaven. You will also get a hell lot of features finding yourself in medieval and fantasy weaponry and whole characters can revolve around one style of combat or the other.
Warhammer Vermintide 2 is a gorgeous dark game with tons of fun play styles and customization options to explore. Even though the Vermintide 2 looks similar to Left 4 Dead 2, but its much less predictable, thanks to its AI which continually throws the strategies at the user. Vermintide 2 is certainly out-of-match when compared to others where you will have earn the levels, will be rendered skill point accordingly and tons of new lot to gather.
“We are excited to bring Vermintide 2 to the Xbox community,” said Fatshark CEO Martin Wahlund. “We are looking forward to taking on Skaven and Chaos with the console gamers.”
There would be support for the streaming platform Mixer in the Xbox One version of the game and the game is also available for free on Xbox Game Pass. Two versions of the game can be purchased for the non-Game pass user: the Standard Edition for $29.99 and the Premium Edition for $44.99.
Vermintide 2 for PS$ version is currently scheduled to be released later this year and currently, PS4 owners can sign up for the beta version of the game.
Vermintide 2 isn’t the only new game to appear for Microsoft Game Pass users this week. Earlier in this week, there were additions of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Fallout 3, among others, with Rocket League that arrived on June 10.