Back to Ubersreik sends you back to Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide with 3 remastered Ubersreik levels. Upon the heroes discovering an Ubersreik Lodestone, Olesya - the resident spy-master and grey wizard - sends the heroes into an illusion of Ubersreik. Claimed to be the birthplace of Sigmar, the city of Ubersreik lies at the mouth of the Grey Lady Pass.
As the heroes return everything appears to be … sort of the same. In the second DLC for Vermintide 2, the heroes return to Ubersreik to uncover the dark truth hidden within the city.
Vermintide 2 has shown us the possibility of what could be for the series, so it’s hard to know what this remaster stands for. Is this a fond farewell to the overdone town setting, as in the new year Fatshark moves into newer and fresher regions of content, with the possibility of a third race perhaps? Or is it, as remasters so often are, a case of substituting for content that is actually ‘new’? I of course hope it’s the former. Back to Ubersreik is a good remaster, certainly a more complete piece of content than Shadows over Bogenhafen, but it still leaves me slightly nervous about the future of Vermintide 2 DLC.