I have updated my Solo and Campaign rules for Warhammer Underworlds to version 1.5. Titled: Penumbra Path, this is a new game mode that adds a rogue-like dungeon crawler for one fighter. This version also adds new quests and lore for Warhammer Underworlds: Nethermaze warbands, a table of every warband Alliance and Faction released for the game and loads more.
I have updated my Solo and Campaign rules for Warhammer Underworlds to version 1.4. Titled: Detailed Lore, this version adds every warbands’ lore. It also adds a lot of new rules for when playing solo against the AI. Plus many more changes.
I have updated my Solo and Campaign rules for Warhammer Underworlds to version 1.3. Titled Arena Mortis, this version adds rules for the Arena Mortis expansions. Now you can play the Arena Mortis mode in a campaign or solo against the AI.
I have been enjoying the world of Warhammer Underworlds so much that I made some solo and campaign rules for the game. The rules are simple to use and give people who like playing solo games or can’t find others to battle a chance to play while taking part in a narrative style campaign at the same time.
The people over at GOG.com have started their 2019 Summer Sale which they are calling the Summer Festival Sale and it will last for about two weeks. Apparently there are over 2000 games on sale with up to 90% off and they are also giving away the adventure and Myst inspired Obduction for free for next two days.
Bethesda Game Studios latest foray into the mobile phone market is a reimagined dungeon crawler in the vain of the first Elder Scrolls games. It is called The Elder Scrolls: Blades and unlike the originals has all the trappings of a free-to-play game for better and worse.
Resident Evil 2 only released a few weeks ago but after the eye-gouging DLC the game came out with they have decided to release some free ones. One is called the Ghost Survivors and provides “what if” scenarios for three mostly minor characters in the game. The other DLC is costumes inspired by the 1998 originals for Leon and Claire.
The fifth post release patch was released yesterday for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes bugs such as sinking ships flying in the air when sunk and weapon loadouts, but there are some minor convenience changes too. There is no new content.
The fourth post release patch was released on Wednesday for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes bugs such as various UI issues but “the first legendary ship customisations” for Pirate Legends have been added.
The third post release patch was released on Wednesday for Sea of Thieves. It mostly fixes some bugs such as the problem with having two weapons, but the main change is adding a message on the Ferry of the Damned instructing players how to scuttle their ships. There is no new content been added to the game so far.