Worms Rumble adds ‘Deadly Dockyard’ map on December 17

The start of Worms Rumble's post-launch support.

Worms Rumble

Worms Rumble will add the new “Deadly Dockyard” map on December 17, developer Team17 announced.

Here is an overview of the update, via Team17:

Deadly Dockyard

The new arena, “Deadly Dockyard,” will see players battle it out in a bustling shipyard packed with shipping containers, cranes, and boats launching from the docks, altering the environment as the action plays out!

The Lab

Starting today, Worms Rumble will receive regular, time limited game modes in The Lab. Whenever the doors of The Lab open, players can take part in ‘experimental’ matches and unlock exclusive in-game cosmetic rewards. The first, Pistols at Dawn, equips each worm with a hand cannon capable of instantly killing an opponent, and is so powerful that it can only hold a single shot in the clip! Worms taking part during the 48-hour event will secure a Gold Worm Skin. The Lab is open from today at 3:00 p.m. GMT until December 12 at 3:00 p.m. GMT.

New Cosmetics

To celebrate the Holiday season, a selection of free Christmas cosmetics will be available to Worms Rumble players, alongside with two new premium outfits befitting the new map. The premium outfits allow players to either set sail as the Sea Captain or sink their teeth into Shark attire. Weapons are also getting fresh looks, celebrating the hugely popular Worms Armageddon with skins that reproduce terrain like Cheese, Forest, and Manhattan from the fan favorite classic entry, as well as more eccentric emotes, including Goodbye, Selfie, Make It Rain, and Kick Ups.

“Deadly Dockyard” marks the start of Worms Rumble‘s post-launch support, with a roadmap of content planned through the end of March 2021 including additional maps, modes, and more.

Worms Rumble is available now for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam.

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