Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Roadmap Revealed, Dedicated Servers And Mod Support Coming Soon
Released just three days ago, Warhammer: Vermintide 2 absolutely hit the ground running, racking up over 400k owners of the game in record time. Swedish studio Fatshark has chosen to strike while the proverbial iron is hot, announcing a Warhammer: Vermintide 2 roadmap that provides its fans with a top-level look at what’s to come in the coming months.
Released on the game’s official website, the Warhammer: Vermintide 2 roadmap reveals that over the course of the next three months players can expect dedicated servers, mod support, and its first batch of DLC content. Here’s the full roadmap courtesy of Fatshark:
THE FIRST THREE MONTHS
While our primary focus for the months to come will be to listen to the community and ensure the best possible experience of Vermintide 2, we also have a general plan set up for the post-release period. We are proud to share our plan for the next three months. It details the rollout of new updates and content from the release until the end of May.
DETAILED LOOK AT THE ROADMAP
While March is a very big month for us with the release of Vermintide 2, the remaining weeks will be devoted to tweaks, adjustments and technical improvements. April is headlined by the first DLC, alongside plans to release mod support and dedicated servers.
Dedicated Servers – We are currently working on getting dedicated server functionality running, with improved matchmaking and stability.
Mod support – We are putting the finishing touches on mod support at this moment and hope to get it out the door soon.
Regular DLCs – Our aim is to release regular DLCs, with the first one coming in April and introducing two brand new levels.
Warhammer: Vermintide 2 is now available for PC, with a PS4 and Xbox One release planned at a later date.
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