Last Stand Available on Warhammer: Vermintide Test Server

Last month, the next DLC for FPS Vermintide was announced, which includes the new Last Stand game mode with two new maps: Town Meeting and Schluesselschloss. Now the Vermintide team is looking for community feedback through the public test server.

Vermintide Last Stand

Currently, Warhammer: Vermintide players can opt into the Patch 1.2 public test, which includes the new Last Stand game mode and Town Meeting map. The Last Stand mode will put heroes against endless waves of Skaven with a goal of slaying as many as possible until they meet their untimely demise. The Town Meeting map will be free for Vermintide owners, but the Schluesselschloss is set to be the game’s first paid DLC. However, players will be able to join their friends who have purchased the DLC.

Follow these steps in order to gain access:

  1. Right-click Vermintide in your Steam Library
    2. Click on Properties
    3. Click on Betas
    4. In the drop-down menu, select the branch named “publictest”
    5. Download and play!

Patch 1.2 features:

  • Added New Gamemode: Last Stand
  • New Last Stand Map: Town Meeting
  • New Last Stand Map: The Fall ***Not yet available***
  • Added 9 new Achievements
  • Added new unlockable Inn Decorations
  • Added Endurance Badges which grant Tokens and can be collected in Last Stand
  • Healing Draughts and Potions can now be given to allies by equipping them and right-clicking whilst looking at an ally
  • Chat can now be scrolled using the Page Up/Page Down keys
  • Added new sounds for when enemies spawn

Our Thoughts:

Warhammer: Vermintide has received overwhelmingly positive support from the community and there are many MMOGames staff members who enjoy the game. It combines a classic Warhammer setting with Left 4 Dead mechanics to create a fun FPS atmosphere.

Source: Steam

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Nick is an eSports and RPG enthusiast. He can normally be found in the deepest parts of a dungeon or in the arena slaying opponents. Nick has been a gamer since an early age and involved in the industry since 2011. He obtained a degree in journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2015.