The Warhammer fantasy universe predates the Nintendo Entertainment System and modern console/PC gaming by a number of years. Its history is rich and vast as a table top property, and Warhammer has found big success since jumping off of the table top and into the digital world in the form of various video games. One of the most recent Warhammer success stories came in the form of the survival shooter Warhammer End Times: Vermintide. Its Left 4 Dead-meets-Skyrim formula combined the frantic chaos of wave-based shooters with the intimate action of melee-focused, first-person sword swinging. And now, Warhammer: Vermintide 2 looks to pick up where the first game left off, albeit with a number of improvements and new features.