This week sees the campaign maps for Total War: Warhammer 1 and 2 being combined in a new mode called Mortal Empires. If you own both games, this'll arrive as a free update on Thursday, offering the most detailed Total War campaign to date. It'll also be offering the longest time between turns, but so far, that seems a sacrifice worth making.
We really enjoyed Total War: Warhammer 2 at launch, but we're still waiting on arguably its most exciting feature: the 'Mortal Empires' campaign.
First of all, I'm sorry about that strapline. Tom Phillips said it would look better written down, but I'm not convinced.
After yesterday's review of Total War: Warhammer, I saw a few comments asking specifically about the game's performance. This series has had its share of issues with PC optimisation and I figured it would be useful to show you what the game looks like in action.
Oh man, that first Total War: Warhammer reveal. Do you remember watching it? Finally, these two franchises were working together and it looked absolutely incredible. Flying units, magic, giants, a spider the size of a house - this was what we'd always wanted.
Alright folks, buckle in. It's time for some serious games journalism, courtesy of eurogamer dot net.
We grabbed Total War's Andre Arsenault after his talk at last week's EGX Rezzed to discuss what makes Warhammer's sieges "remarkably different" to previous titles in the series.
Hot on the (presumably cold, undead) heels of the Vampire Counts reveal trailer, Chris Bratt got some fairly extensive hands on time with the fifth and final playable race for Total War: Warhammer. If you've got twenty minutes to spare, why not watch as he walks Christian Donlan through an entire battle from start to finish?
As you may have seen in our preview last week, I think Total War: Warhammer has an enormous amount of potential. Yeah okay, the demo was hands-off and almost entirely scripted, but my goodness, it looked an awful lot like the game I've always wanted to play. Total War finally meets Warhammer Fantasy. Oof!