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As part of the new Curse of the Vampire Coast campaign pack which introduces four new Legendary Lords, due for release on November 8. Plus, the addition of several new unit types ranging from said giant pincer-powered sea beasts to hordes of zombie pirates armed with muskets. The expansion stops short of adding naval battles to the Total War: Warhammer universe, but everything else certainly looks impressive.

Night falls on Lustria. As you stand on the dock and peer seawards through the gathering mists, strain your ears. The jungle sounds behind you fade, and in their place comes a wet thudding, as of rotten rigging against a mouldy mast. The sound multiplies, and with it the groan of a thousand breathless voices, joined in something part-shanty, part-dirge. Dread prows pierce the gloom ahead, and the ghastly truth is laid bare: upon the ghoul-winds come the swollen hulks and decaying vessels of the Vampire Coast! Run now – run hard and fast, for it is all you can do.

The DLC pack introduces several new mechanics including treasure maps, ship building for legendary lords, and the ability to create hidden enclaves or Pirate Coves in enemy settlements.

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