Creative Assembly will be having lots of free DLC released for Total War: Warhammer after the game launches this year, and now they have just detailed what the plans are for that process.The game will be supported for several months post-launch, with the free DLC bringing new units, Heroes and a brand new race.
Future DLC for Total War: Warhammer will include new Lords, new Races and lots of new campaigns.Today Creative Assembly announced that they will be giving players of the new Total War: Warhammer loads of great free and paid DLC before the second part of the planned trilogy is released.
Love it or loathe it, but DLC is here to stay as long as it makes money.Total War: Warhammer is looking to go down that route, with a substantial amount of new content over the months.
Creative Assembly has revealed the fourth and final playable race in Total War: Warhammer: the Vampire Counts.Led by the chief acolyte of necromantic magic Mannfred von Carstein, the Vampire Counts are said to be the "masters of Death magic", capable of leading legions of Grave Guard, Skeletons, bat-winged beasts and other "colossal aberrations" into battle.
SEGA and Creative Assembly have released a new Total War: Warhammer let's play video which gives fans their first look at the Chaos Warriors, led by the Archaeon the Everchosen.In the video Emperor Karl Franz and the forces of the Empire join battle with the Chaos Warriors.
Total War: Warhammer players will have to make good use of winged death dealers the ravenous Vargheists and the blood-curdling Terrorghiest if they are to succeed.As the purest darkness of a Vampire's soul made manifest, Varghiests are truly the stuff of nightmares.
If you have been looking for a way to add more flavor to your armies in Mordheim: City of the Damned, developer Rogue Factor has released the second of their "Hired Swords" DLC packs.Due to their flexibility in being added to multiple warbands, these units will be able to take features from both of their applicable associates.
A new playable race has been unveiled for Creative Assembly's Total War: Warhammer – The feudal realm of Bretonnia.Bretonnia won't be available in the Grand Campaign, but they will be an option in in custom and multiplayer battles.
The Total War series of RTS games has been a big hit with fans of the genre, and its combination with the Warhammer franchise definitely got people excited when it was first released last year.This sequel will arrive some time later this year, with no definite release date given in the new trailer.