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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:21pm 23/10/15 | 3 Comments
Like all games currently in development, Total War: Warhammer has reached the all important Release Date Milestone. A total step-up from the vague TBA and definitely (read: totally) a lot better than a release window of something like 'early 2016'. So when can we expect to command an ungodly number of Dwarfs as they take on an Orkish horde? Why that would be on April 28th, 2016.

And in terms of special/collector/uber editions there's a limited Total War: Warhammer High King Edition planned that will feature some seriously cool loot. In addition to a metallic case for the game, canvas maps, and an art book, there's also a metallic Grudge Ring where the inner band rotates freely for 'plotting revenge'.


There's also a real Whetstone, which can theoretically be used to sharpen your sword on the eve of the great battle. And by that we mean prior to cooking up a stir-fry of shallots, capsicum, broccoli and chicken.



Finally, there's a horn flagon thing you can use to drink mead or other diet-friendly soft drinks.



Pre-orders are now open for this elaborate if fitting, High King Edition. The only catch being the price of £99.99, which is well over $200 AUD and excludes shipping.

But hey, the game is shaping up to be pretty special. And you can be sure we'll be there to play it when it launches, with or without a ring made specifically for plotting revenge.




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Latest Comments
Crispimeat
Posted 12:05am 24/10/15
The other catch is Australia is not on the shipping list so we cannot order.
Phandaal
Posted 05:19am 24/10/15
If you really wanted this, Australia Post has a sorting centre in the US that allows you to order with an American shipping address.
tvcars
Posted 04:26pm 25/10/15
I find pre-ordering suspicious these days. Why do they need the money before people get to comment on it? Maybe suddenly the game isn't going as well as planned.
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