I saw a big price drop for vermintide 2 and almost bought the game, however I stopped myself at the last minute in regard to the problems posted in this subreddit.
First the cosmetic/loot grinding. I understand that if people come to this subreddit, they are rather dedicated to the game. Some of the gamers have already reached hundreds of hours worth of gameplay, and yet, I still hear the complaints about the loot drop system. I am no longer an avid gamer due to IRL stuff, and would like to have somewhat of 'loot progression' without the tedious grind. I don't mean drop the super rare stuff in my first level, but enough to keep me sated as if this is a singleplayer game. What I don't understand, is that from what I have heard the drop rate for the good stuff at the highest difficulty have the drop rate less than 1%? This is lower than an unusual in tf2, which has a huge multiplayer in game and out of game market supported by micro-transaction loot boxes. Vermintide 2 gives off the vibe the loot system is based on a micro-transaction/ freemium game without the actual micro-transaction part, which ironically makes it even more frustrating for some.
the visual/graphics splash screen – the game is graphical and contains plenty of blood and gore, and I love it. However from the video I saw the blood gets "stained" onto the screen. I personally find it distasteful. Am I able to turn it off?
Gameplay wise I like what I see, but this sort of run and 'gun' requires plenty of maps to sustain itself, and games such as LFD2 has modders making maps and keeping things fresh. Will vermintide 2 have modded map support? If not, the longevity of the game is in question.
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