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Total War Warhammer 3 delayed to early 2022

Total War Warhammer 3 is delayed to early 2022, Creative Assembly has announced. The hotly-anticipated strategy game was due out late 2021. "We know this is disappointing, but the extra time means we can accomplish more than we could if we rushed to release this year," the UK studio said in a statement. Read more


Total War: Warhammer 3 delayed, will now release in early 2022

Developer Creative Assembly announced via Twitter that the hotly anticipated Total War: Warhammer 3 will now be released in early 2022, marking a delay for the strategy game that previously was scheduled to come out this year. In a statement, Creative Assembly shifted the release window for the latest entry in the strategy series in order to make for “a stronger release and the best first step into a new era for Total War: Warhammer.” All this is in service to making the best Total War: Warhammer experience the developer can. "We don't consider this release the end of our trilogy, but the start of years of content and support as we continue to bring the jaw-dropping scale of Games Workshop's fantasy universe to Total War." Read more


Everything announced at the Warhammer Skulls event

Games Workshop kicked off its Warhammer Skulls event with a raft of video game announcements alongside new trailers and images. Strap yourself in, there's a lot of Warhammer stuff in here. First up is the reveal of Total War: Warhammer 2's final DLC, which reworks the poor old Beastmen. Creative Assembly didn't stop there. The UK developer announced Skarbrand as a Legendary Lord for Khorne in the upcoming Total War: Warhammer 3. Read more


Total War: Warhammer 2's final DLC reworks the Beastmen

Creative Assembly has announced Total War: Warhammer 2's final DLC: The Silence and The Fury. The DLC, due out in July, reworks the Beastmen race "to more closely match their intended playstyle and address their previous issues with horde gameplay", Creative Assembly said. "With a big focus on progression the Beastmen have a much more engaging and lasting experience." Read more


Creative Assembly faces backlash over decision to end support for Total War: Three Kingdoms

Creative Assembly is facing a vociferous backlash over its decision to end support for Total War: Three Kingdoms. This week the British developer announced it had wrapped up work on Total War: Three Kingdoms with the 1.7.1 patch. No more DLC or patches will be released for the game, which broke series records upon launch in May 2019. Total War: Three Kingdoms saw seven DLC releases over the course of two years, but many fans feel Creative Assembly quit the game too early - and before the release of a promised expansion that would build out the north of the map. Read more


Hands on with Total War: Warhammer 3's fiery new survival battles

Is there a more ridiculous faction in the world of fantasy Warhammer than Chaos? There probably is actually - this is Warhammer after all, land of sneaky rats and lizard folk. It is nothing if not broad. But none of those other myriad factions and races and creeds has the word "Nurgle" in it, does it? So Chaos wins. Anyway, Total War: Warhammer 3. This is "the Chaos one", by the looks of things, featuring four different Chaos factions aligned to their respective gods: Khorne (the "blood for the blood god" one); Slaanesh (the naughty excess one); Tzeentch (the magic one); and yes, Nurgle, the god of looking like you'd smell absolutely disgusting. Alongside these Chaos forces comes a couple of other new factions, Kislev and Grand Cathay, and a new kind of battle. In fact, there are several new types of battle, as we learned from talking to game director Ian Roxburgh ("more detail later" on those) but for now there's one headliner: survival battles, the boss fight-style mode that we've played for a good couple of hours, albeit streamed over an occasionally wobbly Parsec. Read more


Total War: Warhammer 3 gameplay details and images leak ahead of big reveal

Total War: Warhammer 3 gameplay details and images have leaked online ahead of the game's big reveal. The hotly-anticipated strategy game's official gameplay reveal is set for 5pm on 13th May, but someone posted screenshots and details to 4chan - before they were deleted. That didn't stop redditor Hollownerox from compiling the information, and for the images to make their way to reddit. Read more


Total War: Warhammer 3 announced

Creative Assembly has announced Total War: Warhammer 3. The strategy game revolves around the battle with Chaos, and sees a number of new races make their series debut, including Kislev and Cathay. The factions of Chaos are present and correct, so expect to run up against Khorne, Nurgle, Slaanesh and Tzeentch. The debut trailer is below: Read more


Total Warhammer is coming to mobile devices

If you just can't get enough of Total War: Warhammer - and heaven knows, we sure can't - then we have good news: soon you'll be able to play your favourite fantasy strategy game franchise right on your phone. Total War Battles: Warhammer is a mobile version of Total War: Warhammer's massive RTS battles, and it'll be opening up to beta testers in the near future. Developer NetEase (which is also developing Blizzard's Diablo Immortal for mobile) announced Total War Battles: Warhammer today with a YouTube video that shows off some gameplay. A few well-known legendary lords make appearances: here's the White Dwarf Grombrindal, there's the Empire's Balthasar Gelt. There's a little footage of a strategic layer, which features a reworked city and settlement system on a more stylized map, likely to make the game more readable on small mobile screens. The focus, however, is clearly on the large-scale RTS battles. The footage is marked as 'early alpha' and not indicative of the final product, so take what you're about to see with a grain of salt. That said, it does look mighty impressive - monstrous ogres, charging cavalry, and deadly siege weapons all feature in the battlefield footage. Read the rest of the story... RELATED LINKS: Total War: Warhammer DLC buying guide The making of Total War: Warhammer's mammoths The making of Total War: Warhammer's Royal Hippogryph Knights


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