You want some new information and screenshots for Blood Bowl 2. No, I'm not asking you, I'm telling you that you do.

Blood Bowl 2 continues to combine the world of American football with the Warhammer universe. Right now, the game is looking to be released in the last quarter of this year. The new screenshots below show off some of the massive stadiums for the Orcs and Humans.
The magnificent stadiums in Blood Bowl 2 are scalable and can be developed to become increasingly imposing as the player spends the winnings earned in the solo and multiplayer campaigns to upgrade them and add new infrastructures. Players can build their stadiums up from modest training grounds to truly grandiose edifices that rival the most prestigious structures in the real world. They also play an active part in recreating the supercharged atmosphere of a Blood Bowl match, where volatile fans pack the stands ready to cheer on their favourite team or invade the pitch and trample on the players!

But the improvements and extensions designed by the players are not for aesthetic purposes alone; they will also have a direct impact on the game experience. Additional stands and infrastructures not only generate extra opportunities and bonuses for the team, but will also mean a greater number of spectators and higher revenues from every match! What could be better than to crush your opponent amid the clamour of a volatile crowd!

Blood Bowl 2 is even more ambitious than the previous installment with an overhauled look and a variety of new features. Its brand new graphics engine was specifically developed for this sequel, enabling the game to display high-quality visuals, graphics, and effects that take the Blood Bowl license to the next level. Animations have been overhauled, dynamic cameras bring more punch to the matches, and the "Cabalvision" interface and corrosive commentators Jim Johnson and Bob Bifford all faithfully recreate the thrills and atmosphere of intense Blood Bowl games.

In addition, Blood Bowl 2 will introduce some new features that will allow new players to access the game more easily. There is also a solo campaign to play through and a League mode that tasks you with managing your own team, club, and stadium.

More information is coming over the next few weeks.