Latest Warhammer game will keep getting new content, but the development team has promised not ever to support micro transactions.

Despite skepticism of playing community, freshly released Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide has recorded a solid pass by players and critics. Success is so good that the development team confirmed that they are already working on extensions that will be published in the form of DLC’s.

A representative of an independent team Fatshark, wrote on the official Steam forums that the DLC’s will be arriving throughout the next year, and maybe even after that, since the Warhammer world offers countless possibilities. One part of these DLCs will be free, and some we will have to buy, but what is the most important – it was explained on the forums -none of them will share the gaming community.

Warhammer: Vermintide Gets DLC's, But Not The Micro Transactions

Fatshark is, in addition, promised that game will never get micro transactions. This never crossed many peoples minds, but if we take into account the fact that the PayDay 2 got this form of milking money even two years after the release, we are glad that the development team decided to reject this option right from the start.
Vermintide seems quite interesting at first glance, and since it has been getting loads of positive reaction from players on Steam (89 percent positive reviews) we believe it will attract a sufficient number of players so there will be no need for potential players opportunity for cooperative slapping.

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