Long-awaited: The Total War series: Warhammer strategy / hybrid real-time strategy has had great success since its inception in 2016. Its popularity allowed developer Creative Assembly to continue supporting the franchise with new DLCs, “free-LC” patches and bug fixes a year later. year. And now, finally, it’s time to enter the new highway. Total War: Warhammer 3 just got its second and hopefully final release date: February 17, 2022.
If all goes to plan and Creative Assembly doesn’t delay the game’s release a second time, we’ll be playing in just a few short months. Previously, we were only told that he would arrive sometime in early 2022, which could well mean March or even April.
I won’t bore you with a full description of what the Total War series, or rather the Warhammer sub-series, has to offer. The shortest lift I can say is this: These games allow you to take on the role of legendary leaders from the iconic Warhammer Fantasy universe and lead your armies to victory on the fantasy campaign map as well as intense RTS battles.
Your lords often lead different races (some lead the same race, but usually with new mechanics and altered squad lineups), and they all have unique voice lines, personalities, and abilities. There are fierce lizardmen, sadistic dark elves, staunch gnomes, and many more.
Warhammer 3 will launch with six new races; The most extensive list of starting factions seen in Total War: Warhammer to date. You will be able to lead four different factions of the gods of Chaos – Slaanesh, Tzeentch, Nurgle and Khorne, as well as Kislev and Kathai. I will allow you to do your own research on each of these races, as I cannot describe too many nuances here.
What we can Discuss the Warhammer 3 Early Adept Bonus now. By pre-ordering the game or purchasing it within the first week of launch, you will receive the Ogre Kingdoms DLC for free. As you might have guessed, the DLC adds an ogre race to Warhammer 3 at no additional cost, although you’ll have to pay for it if you don’t jump during launch.
You can see the ogre trailer above, but be careful: it’s pretty rough.
Ogres are a race of massive, brave humanoids, whose only priority in life is to obtain as much food and wealth as possible … and they are never too choosy about where these resources come from. They will eat their enemies as soon as they kill them, and will give their swords to whoever pays the most. They don’t care if their employer is good or bad.
If that’s not enough, owners of both Warhammer 1 and 2 will be able to play Ogres – and for all races in the series – in the massive Immortal Empires campaign, combining maps from all three games. into one. It can be slightly reduced to speed up the army travel, but still. Creative Assembly did something similar with Warhammer 2 and 1, and it was the most popular (and addicting, if you ask me) mode of the former.
We’ll hear more news about Shrek’s less cuddly cousins in the coming weeks. In the meantime, pre-orders for Warhammer 3 are available in your digital store, and the game will even be released in Game Pass for PC on the first day. It is unclear if the Ogre Kingdoms race is included, but we will be contacting CA to inquire.