Blood Bowl 2 Summary
Blood Bowl 2: Legendary Edition Launches Q3 2017 With New Races, Game Modes And Single-Player Challenges
In just over a year, the sequel to the Warhammer meets Football mash-up 'Blood Bowl' has amassed half a million players. And you know what that means? More content!
Warhammer fans are probably the most spoilt fans in recent history. Not only do they have at least three different titles in development, they also get to play a Warhammer themed version of American football. Isn’t that a bit mental? You guys are so lucky. Anyway, fans of Blood Bowl 2 have a DLC pack to look forward to – The Undead DLC.
” Death comes often for Blood Bowl players, and the souls of the most passionate sometimes rise up again to relive the scenes of their former glory,” says the press release, desperately trying to justify including an undead team into Blood Bowl 2. ” Death comes often for Blood Bowl players, and the souls of the most passionate sometimes rise up again to relive the scenes of their former glory.”
When Blood Bowl 2 released back in September 2015, ourfrom SamuraiRabbit pointed out the lack of races available on launch, contributing to an average rating of 6.5/10. With fans fairly upset about there only being 8 available races compared to the 23 in the first Blood Bowl, Focus Home and Cyanide Studios have been working hard to add more, with the first - The Norse - added today.
Focus Home Interactive has announced that registration for the World Cup championship tournament for Cyanide Studio's fantasy-themed football game Blood Bowl II is now live. The tourney will feature a $35,000 purse, including $10,000 in cash prizes, three high-end gaming PCs, computer equipment (including Strix 7.1 headphones, Gladius mice and mouse pads, and Tactic Pro keyboards), a Strix 970 graphic card, Games Workshop licensed products and over 120 Steam games.
There was a bit of controversywhen Steam accidentally listed free jerseys for Blood Bowl 2 as premium DLC. Part of it revolved around the fact that the DLC packs featuring the Lizardman and Wood Elves teams were indeed a premium DLC for $6.99 each.
Four new teams are coming to Blood Bowl 2, and Cyanide is giving them to Blood Bowl 2 owners for free.