Warhammer 40K Darktide: How To Get Vermintide Cosmetics

Here's how to get Vermintide cosmetics in Warhammer 40K: Darktide.

Warhammer 40K: Darktide is full of eerie environments and innovative enemy groups. The full game has recently been released and has already wowed tens of thousands of players. And that’s not all, the developer Fatshark has introduced a wide collection of cosmetics and skins from the erstwhile Vermintide series. However, many players don’t know how to get the Vermintide cosmetics in Warhammer 40K Darktide. This guide will help you understand how it’s done.

How to Get the Vermintide Skins in Warhammer 40K Darktide

Luckily, you don’t need to beat an army of zombies or complete difficult objectives to get these cosmetics. To get straight to the point, you need to own any one of the former Vermintide series in order to have these skins unlocked. This means that if you don’t own either Vermintide or Vermintide 2, you won’t be able to unlock the skins. There’s no other way to get the Vermintide cosmetics in Darktide unless you go on and purchase one of these games.

The Vermintide cosmetics are a part of the Devoted Rejects Pack in WH40K: Darktide. The skins are completely free if you own any one of the Vermintide series. The players can access five skins which are based on the five characters in Vermintide 2. They are:

  • Markus Kruber – The Footsoldier
  • Kerillian – The Wood Elf
  • Victor Saltzpyre – The Witch Hunter
  • Sienna Fuegonasus – The Bright Wizard
  • Bardin Goreksson – The Dwarf

Vermintide Cosmetics in WH40K Darktide

You will get these unique skins in the shape of facial features and tattoos. For players who want to create a new character in Darktide, you can access these skins from the Character Creation menu. However, for the other players who want to use them on an existing character, you would have to visit the Barber-surgeon NPC who is located opposite the Armoury in WH40K: Darktide.

That’s everything you need to know about how to get the Vermintide Skins in Warhammer 40K Darktide. If you found this helpful, check out our detailed WH40K: Darktide guides.