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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:54pm 23/04/15 | 9 Comments
As expected for some time, the first title in a trilogy of Total War games based on the WARHAMMER license has been announced. As per the grand historical scope of the series, this new Total War game will let players relive the time when Human, Orc, Vampire, and Dwarven forces did battle against legions of the undead. So, just a little different to Rome then.

Although no real detail has been provided on how exactly the game will play in comparison to other Total War games, this new setting should prove to be a breath of fresh air for the series.
Total War: WARHAMMER will take the series to a realm of grand high fantasy for the very first time in its history. Our rules have changed, and with change comes war on a scale as yet unimagined. The limitlessly deep and rich universe of Warhammer heralds a new era for Total War. Gigantic monsters, flying creatures, legendary heroes and storms of magical power take their place on the battlefield, alongside thousands of warriors clashing in real-time tactical battles.

In the turn-based campaign game, players will find the Old World an unforgiving and treacherous place, filled with endless war and cunning alliances alike. Whichever race you choose to play as and however you seek conquest, you will be faced with a conflict that threatens to tear the very fabric of reality asunder.

The first in an epic trilogy of titles, Total War: WARHAMMER will deliver hundreds of hours of absorbing gameplay. It will combine with two further standalone instalments and additional content packs to create the single largest Total War experience ever.

No release date has been announced, other than a vague "Coming Soon". But, an elaborate cinematic trailer full of dragons and magic does well to set the scene.




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BroolStoryCo
Posted 01:47pm 23/4/15
What is the "warhammer license" ?

Seems like Total War is being really milked now.
PornoPete
Posted 02:53pm 23/4/15
Sounds pretty sweet. I always enjoyed the historical aspect to it, but hopefully this will mean the creation of a warhammer game that doesn't suck ass.
Twisted
Posted 03:05pm 23/4/15
Has good potential and a nice way to freshen up the content. I know myself I played them all up until Total War: Empire. The others I haven't bothered playing because they were really rehashing most of their old content just on new engines so it didn't really inspire me to hand over cash. Now all we need is Total War: Lego and Total War: Star Wars :P
konstie
Posted 03:27pm 23/4/15
Total War: Star Wars :P


Empire at War is *almost* that.
BladeRunner
Posted 07:13pm 23/4/15
There should be Total War: Game of Thrones, now that would be pretty cool. The closest thing I can get to a good GoT game is the mod for Mount and blade.
Tollaz0r!
Posted 09:18pm 23/4/15
The Crusader Kings 2 Game of Thrones mod is probably the best GoT themed game out there. It really is a Game of Thrones, as opposed to just running around with a sword or whatever in a GoT environment.
tvcars
Posted 01:06am 24/4/15
One to follow.
elk
Posted 07:49am 25/4/15
Will prob be another DLC filled game, just like rome 2, paying for blood effects and factions which should've been in the game from the start.......yea.....pass
tvcars
Posted 01:17am 27/4/15
I don't understand how studio's are going under when there's never been so much pre-ordering of games like there is today. It just amazes me.
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