Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide Gets Free DLC, Balance Tweaks

Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide has been updated with a piece of free DLC. The add-on is called Arrogance Lost, and the developers aren’t telling what it entails. Seriously. The patch notes literally say that the new content is “on you to find” Thankfully, they’re more open about the balance tweaks the update applies.

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Arrogance Lost DLC

If you haven’t played the game before, we’ve heard it described as Left 4 Dead set in the Warhammer universe. A cursory glance around the internet suggests the DLC’s actually a new map that you have to unlock in a convoluted way. Aside from that, there’s a couple of new features and a bunch of fixes:

  • New Features:
    • Shiny new, incredibly punishing achievements added to levels you know and love
    • All red weapons now have a 2nd set of traits that the players can access via the shrine
  • Fixes and Tweaks:
    • Fixed so that client third person weapons are not shown when waiting for rescue
    • Selecting ‘Random’ missions no longer places you in DLC levels you yourself do not own
    • Fix a crash when joining a friend who is joining you
    • Fixed a sync issue with the tomb door found on Garden of Morr and the Courier caused when hot-joining a game
    • Fixed scavenger proc on ranged weapons returning ammo on hit instead of kill. Tooltip is now correct
    • Added proc sound for traits
    • Fixed crash on clients caused by a host Elf flinging Trueflight Arrows…. silly Mayflies
    • Fixed cases where VFX from the fireball staff becomes distorted and clips the Bright Wizard’s hand after pressing charged attack and inspect weapons simultaneously
    • The conflagration AoE indicator texture no longer affects objects below the point of projection
    • The strange comets above Stromdorf have been… removed

There’s also a wealth of balance changes – if you’re interested in those, check out the full changelog.

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