I have seen a lot of approximations about Chaos Wastes, and never saw anyone giving the full picture, so here is all that I have gathered!
I wonder how they will not include the weaves problems: quickplay friendly (if you make your own campaign can people jump in the middle?), bot friendly (look like a lot of weapon management), not restarting from 0 and make a new grind, and bringing back reward to normal mode. But let's see! Will I buy it? No, I got it for free at the umgak copsplay contest (ok actually I promised to buy half for my friend if I won so I guess I will still buy it)? Will it be fun? Probably, even if, indeed, Fatshark is taking a risk here with all the novelty. My guess is that because V2 is a well implemented game that actually doesn't need much more to be consider as complete, they are just trying around to 1. test new things to see if they are fun, like trying new formulas and innovating instead of sticking to the old good l4d mode, 2. try new stuff for Darktide so that when it's realised they would have already found better ways of doing things (like, not being stuck with the V2 crafting system… But also try auto-generated map parts, temporary weapons, "map effect" with god corruptions) 3. keep us untertained with new ideas to prepare us for darktide (and make us stick around until it's done). At the end for me look like they are taking a lot of risk to innovate because they know Vermintide won't die because of their mistake in this DLC.
(others for the ones who wonder: network problem should be steam side and soon fixed, and Kerillian career is almost done and being polished)
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