SEGA Europe Limited and The Creative Assembly Limited are proud to announce the launch of Total War: WARHAMMER III for Windows PC. A game of mind-blowing proportions that marks a fresh evolution for the beloved Total War franchise, WARHAMMER III is based on the renowned Warhammer Fantasy Battle tabletop wargame from Games Workshop.
WARHAMMER III plunges players into a cataclysmic power struggle between mortals and daemons with each aiming to save or exploit the power of a dying god. Featuring seven diverse playable races – including the video-game debuts of Grand Cathay and Kislev – alongside ground-breaking new features such as the Realm of Chaos campaign, eight-player multiplayer, and the customizable RPGlike Daemon Prince Legendary Lord.
Alongside these lands the Prologue campaign, a new Total War experience, perfect for brand-new players and those requiring a refresher course on the mechanics of the game. Within this mode, players will learn basic and advanced techniques of generalship and engage in a narrative experience that leads into the main campaign.
“We are incredibly proud to have created one of the most comprehensive grand strategy experiences in Total War history,” said Game Director Ian Roxburgh. “This might be the final game in the trilogy, but it’s only the beginning of Total War: WARHAMMER III’s immortal journey”.
Also, out now for WARHAMMER III is the Ogre Kingdoms Race Pack, unleashing two additional Legendary Lords into the game on day one. Players can lead an army of colossal warriors and primeval monsters in search of plunder, gold, and meat for their insatiable bellies. As an early adopter bonus, this content will be free for the first week to all owners of WARHAMMER III. Additionally, PC Game Pass subscribers who link their Microsoft and Total War Access accounts within the same timeframe can also join the feasting and warring. See the FAQ here for more details.
With over 37 million Total War games sold to date, and over 1.5 million monthly active players, WARHAMMER III launches at the pinnacle of the series’ popularity. Developer Creative Assembly is now the largest studio in the UK and continues to grow, with multiple new titles under development.