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Apr 22, 2021

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 begins Free Weekend today, in tandem with the launch of Chaos Wastes

From Press Release:

The free expansion to Warhammer: Vermintide 2 has been welcomed with open arms by the players. In fact, in the first 48 hours, Chaos Wastes has quickly become one of our most played modes bringing the highest number of players online since the launch of the game  – which is amazing for a product we continue to support three years later.

Free Weekend 
To add more fuel to the fire, we are opening up the fun for everyone with a Free Weekend on Steam. Play Vermintide 2 for free between Thursday and Sunday this week.

Keep playing after the weekend
Right now Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is 75% off and DLCs are 50% off.

But wait, there’s more…
And to top it off, we threw in 90% off on the first Vermintide game.

Chaos Wastes
The next chapter in the Vermintide 2 story has arrived, and it’s available as a free download. In Chaos Wastes, the players will -try- to reach the Citadel of Eternity, but only the pure at heart will be able to complete the journey. In order to survive the journey to the Citadel the heroes will have to leave their fancy and hard-earned armor behind and go back to the basics. The journey begins where it all began over three years ago, and armed only with simple equipment that will require skills to use effectively rather than just hiding behind a maxed out Iron Breaker (yes, talking to you, you know who you are!).

The trek can only be completed by a true pilgrim to navigate through to the unpredictable region without a map and where no journey is the same. The Citadel of Eternity is a place most have only heard of through rumours. It is said to be located in a region under the influence of the Chaos Gods and apparently Saltzpyre knows how to get there – or so he claims.

Chaos Wastes includes the Twitch Integration – the streamer’s favorite game mode – which lets the audience join in on the adventure and help the players on their journey by voting on what will happen next.