Total War: Warhammer 2's next free DLC drops later this week

Whip of Agony included. 

Creative Assembly has announced a new legendary lord for the dark elf faction is coming to Total War: Warhammer 2 from 18th March.

According to PC Gamer, Beastlord Rakarth of Karond Kar has armour that buffs his defences whilst swarmed by enemies, and boasts a Whip of Agony, a weapon that "can temporarily remove [enemies'] ability to cause the fear and terror statuses".

Rakarth also sports three mounts: a scourgerunner chariot, a manticore, and Bracchus the black dragon.

The news accompanied a single screenshot too, showing Rakarth hanging out with some impressive wingmen. Here, take a look:

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Image credit: Sega

ICYMI, a new mod has added 17 new races to Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War. The impressive Unification mod for Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War expansion Soulstorm makes a huge number of quality of life changes to Relic's 2004 real-time strategy classic, but most exciting of all is the addition of 17 new races, all playable in multiplayer and against the AI.

Almost all the new factions use unique and high-resolution models, and even old factions have been retouched.

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