Blood Bowl: Legendary Edition Summary
Cyanide's Blood Bowl 2 is well underway as the fantasy American football game set in the Warhammer universe will be as boisterous as ever. The stadiums will be upgradeable from modest pitches to eyesores.
These upgrades aren't just for aesthetics as team fans can storm the pitch and trample rivals, and there are the bonuses you can enjoy. Its graphics engine is all-new for Blood Bowl 2.
The latest Humble Weekly Sale is on with publisher Focus Home Interactive in the spotlight across the next seven days. Proceeds from the sales can go to American Red Cross and Child's Play.
What's on offer? Cities XL Platinum, Blood Bowl: Legendary Edition, Divinity II: Developer's Cut, R.A.W. Realms of Ancient War, Confrontation and Game of Thrones.
Having been in development for a year at Cyanide, publisher Focus Home announces that the sequel Blood Bowl 2 will be bringing Warhammer's take on American football back onto our PCs in turned-based style.
Jim Johnson and ex-pro athlete Bob Bifford return, as the Vampire and Ogre duo once again commentate matches, and hold 'important roles'. They'll be fleshed out as fully viewable characters.
The first Blood Bowl World Cup proved so popular that Games Workshop is bringing it back, as thousands of fans will be competing for the trophy by playing each other in Blood Bowl: Legendary Edition.
Last man standing wins, as finalists will share over $8000 in cash prizes.
A new patch, version 220.127.116.11, has been released for Blood Bowl: Legendary Edition. The patch improves private league options, as well as a ton of minor fixes. The patch is for all on disc and digitally distributed editions of the game except for the Steam version, which will update itself automatically.