Developers Cyanide Studios have announced Blood Bowl II, the sequel to the 2009 title (for PC, X360, PSP, and DS) is coming in Spring 2015 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It’s the video game adaptation of Game Workshop’s board game of the same name that combines American football with the world of Warhammer.
The Blood Bowl 2 video game is a fantasy sport based on turns and was launched on September 22nd, 2015. It is a sequel to its first series the Blood Bowl that was published in 2009. The game is developed to work on different systems including Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Later in 2016, the game was made compatible with the Mac operating system, X version. The game can be played solo as well as in the multiplayer mode. There are 8 races that are initially available for playing while the remaining races can be pre-ordered at a bonus.
The new version of the game comes with many interesting features, click to investigate more. Here is a short introduction to the four main features that have made it quite popular.
- Campaign Mode – The role of the player in this mode is that of the coach of the Reikland Reavers team. As its coach, you are expected to boost the team members’ morale and bring them back to former glory from their current disgraceful state. This mode also consists of several scripted events that are meant to be one-time only, for example, crashing of helicopters by goblins in the middle of the field. The player is expected to continue playing during the occurrences of such events.
- Stadium Customization – The player’s goal is to expand the five in-built stadiums, namely the Human, Dwarf, Orc, Skaven, and Dark Elf by growing the respective teams through ten add-on features and four tiers for a maximum of 20 unique stadiums.
- Cabalvision – Here the player is to come with witty yet engaging commentary.
- Player Marketplace – The players here are expected to recruit more players to battle it out in the fields.
Check out the trailer below:
From the press release:
Blood Bowl 2 is even more ambitious than its predecessor in all aspects of the game, with numerous extra features and the highest production values. Its brand new graphics engine has been specially developed for this sequel showcasing improved visuals, sound, and animation. This video brings to the spotlight the authentic Blood Bowl experience: the animations, the dynamic cameras enhancing the brutal atmosphere of the matches, the “Cabalvision” identity and the hilarious commenting duo, Jim Johnson and Bob Bifford.