Enter the dark world of a Warhammer RPG video game and clear Ubersreik of Skavens. In Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide, the cunning rat-men has taken control of the place and your job is to eradicate the plague of vermin. You are not alone- the game is designed for 4 players, who will have to cooperate and rely on each other to survive.
Choose one of the five heroes available, each with different abilities and weapons and fight your way from Magnus Tower to the bowels of the Underground Empire.
Amazingly true to the source material, with combat and action aplenty, and lots of rewards (loot!) for repeat play. Verminitide is the rat's whiskers. [Dec 2015, p.53]
A great interpretation of the Left 4 Dead school, full of love and attention to detail for the Warhammer Fantasy license. Fun, well executed with a lot to offer, a great multiplayer experience.
Vermintide is great when it comes to depth and replay value. The classes bring a good mix and a strong combination with the very well developed melee system. There are few small bugs, but this still is a very solid co-op experience.
Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide is a frantic, engaging, Left-4-Dead-influenced cooperative action game. It's got a solid gameplay, five unique characters and thirteen missions to keep you entertained for a long time.
Despite some disheartening bugs, Vermintide is much more than a mere Left 4 Dead clone: relentless action, endless waves of enemies and true co-op action makes it worthy of your time.
For any fan of the warhammer franchise it’s a must have, but even someone who knows nothing about it would still have an unbelievable experience. Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide scores  as some people might be slightly put off by its online only gameplay.
A technically flawed copy of Left 4 Dead that does not even have a proper Warhammer atmosphere. [13/2015, p.66]
April 26, 2017
Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide publishes a new DLC called "Stromdorf" to celebrate 1 million copies sold.
March 8, 2017
Warhammer: The End Times - Vermintide surpasses 1 million copies sold and its creators want to celebrate it with a free DLC called "Lorebook".