Vermintide Developers Need Your Help!

Ever had those moments where you just can’t decide on a name? Maybe it’s for your new puppy, or that sweet computer rig you’ve finally completed. God forbid you encounter this problem when you’re faced with your first child. Unfortunately, the folks working on Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide have run into this problem.

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Indie developer Fatshark just can’t seem to figure out a name for this particular Great Sword. They’ve already got a bulletin board set up in the office for all the staff to give suggestions, and while they’ve gotten some good stuff, nothing feels just right. Now, they’re turning to you, the fans.

They want YOU to name the un-nameable Great Sword. Fatshark will choose the very best name, and the person who submitted that name will get two things: 1) they’ll end up in the credits of Vermintide, and 2) get their own copy of the game. Sounds like a pretty sweet deal, what’ve you got to lose here? Head over to the Vermintide website to drop your suggestions. Good luck!


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