Vermintide 2 Versus mode debuts at E3 2019 PC Gaming Show

Fatshark's cooperative Warhammer series will expand with Vermintide 2 Versus, a new PVP mode coming to the game.

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Today during the E3 2019 PC Gaming Show, Fatshark unveiled our first ever look at Vermintide 2 Versus. The new PVP mode will finally allow players to take control of the Vermin hordes, stepping into the shoes of the iconic enemies that players have spent the past few years defeating in the Vermintide series.

This is a feature that Vermintide fans have been begging Fatshark for since the first game debuted several years back, and it’s great to see it finally making its appearance in Vermintide 2. In Versus, players will team up in a 4 vs 4 battle where one group of four players take on the role of the heroes, and the second group take on the role of the Skaven. Those taking control of the Skaven will find themselves able to control the various special units that make up the Skaven clan as they try to take down the Heroes of Ubersreik.

Fatshark announces Vermintide 2 Versus mode

Vermintide fans can sign up for the Vermintide 2 Versus beta by heading over to the official Vermintide website. The new mode doesn’t have a solidified release date just yet, but it’s still great to know it’s in the works, and that we’ll one day have the ability to take control of a Ratling Gunner and mow down the unsuspecting heroes that are trying to shut down the Skaven’s evil plans. Check out the sweet trailer that Fatshark debuted the new mode in, and then head over to the website and sign up today.

We’ll keep an eye out for more info on Conan Chop Chop. It’s slated for a September 3 release date right now. You can check out the other 2019 video game release dates to see what great titles are dropping this year. For more hot news action, stay glued to our E3 2019 hub and follow Shacknews on Twitter for the latest updates right from the show floor.

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