Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Bardin Ironbreaker Guide

The Ironbreaker version of Bardin can be quite difficult to play. That is because it is inherently of a supportive nature. You can use it to slice through enemies at a breakneck pace. Instead, you must be smart about everything and need to assist your teammates to ensure success. That is where this Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Bardin Ironbreaker Guide comes in.

This Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Bardin Ironbreaker Guide will ensure you understand what is required of you as you play the Ironbreaker class as Bardin. It will also mention how you can efficiently execute a supportive role and will give you tips and tricks on how to help your teammates in battle.

Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Bardin Ironbreaker

Your passive known as Gromril Armor is amazing. Not only do you have increased stamina than most and have increased stun resistance, you also get to take one free hit every 20 seconds.

This means that once the timer has counted down, you can take a hit without receiving any damage.

It does not matter how strong that hit is since you will completely counter it. Lastly, you also take less damage than other variants of the character due to your passive.

Your career skill is known as impenetrable. This skill allows you to have increased defense for 10 seconds. The skill starts off with Bardin taunting everyone near him.

This is followed by the buff that he receives for 10 seconds in which he is not only able to defend himself more easily but can also block any attack that comes at him.

Your shield has a very massive area and will protect you for the most part. This syncs very well with your career skill as it can allow your allies to charge the enemy without fear of death and deal tons of damage.

Bardin Ironbreaker Weapons

As far as the weapons are concerned, it is best if you go with the axe and the shield. This is because you get AP damage with your shield.

You also get a fair amount of crowd control with your first attack and your shield slam. This means that the axe and shield is a very well-rounded combo which can be great for taking out hordes of enemies.

One thing that you should remember is that you have an obnoxious amount of stamina. You can keep on using the shield bash and then shield slam combo over and over again without worrying about your stamina.

You can also use the shield for its conventional purpose and block attacks for days while your teammates deal the damage. All in all, use of your shield is a must if you want to be successful with the Bardin Ironbreaker.

For your ranged weapon, the Drakegun is by far the best. Charge it as much as you can.

There will come a time when it will stop charging and that is when you need to release it. It will then go ahead and shoot a monster flame at the enemy which will simply destroy anything that sits in its path.

Bardin Ironbreaker Tips and Tricks

Your Drakegun is perfect for taking out multiple enemies at once. If you can see enemies are charging you from afar and you have the time to fully charge your gun, then charge and it and unleash hell once the targets are near enough to be engulfed in the flames.

Remember that the Drakegun is a nice luxury to have, but your main job is still to support your team as much as possible.

For this reason, make effective use of your shield and try to stay in the thick of the battle so that the enemies focus you and your teammates can deal the damage.

Your Career Skill might be one of the most powerful in the game, but it also has one of the largest recharge times. You will be lucky if you get to use it more than three times in a single game.

For this reason, learn to use the career skill at the right time so that you can make full use of it and do not end up wasting it for anything. It is best if you save it for when there are a lot of enemies near you and your teammates are on the verge of being pushed back or die.

That is all we have for our Warhammer: Vermintide 2 Bardin Ironbreaker Guide. Let us know if we missed something using the comments section below!

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