With the holiday truce behind us, it's time to get back to business. The Great War only grew more ferocious from here on, and it's time for the Scots to play their part in Verdun.
Likely earning the title of the 'ladies from hell' through their interesting choice in combat attire, the Scottish squad gladly stepped in to prove their worth and support the British during the four long years of bloody combat throughout Europe.
Playing their part, the Scots take up the role of aggressive scouting troops within Verdun. Likely gaining an upper-hand in mobility with their decision to don the kilts of their heritage into battle, the clansmen take to the battlefield with the Pattern 1914 Enfield bolt-action rifle - offering up the finer points of both the German Mauser and classic Lee-Enfield marksmen's choice.
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Undeterred by the heavier weight of their chosen weapon, the average Scotsman of the Great War would find himself knee-deep in battles like Arras and Loos where many of his fellow man would perish. With strong ties to their ancestors, the territorial genes ran deep within their people following centuries of similar bouts. So with the latest Verdun update bringing the brave young men into the fray, it's time to test out their savagery.
Take a look at the brand-new 'Highlander' trailer below to get a decent idea of how the men will play their part. The update comes as a free addition to Verdun, meaning any current and future owners can put these eager troops to good use.