It’s an enormous and fighty day for Total War: Warhammer II, with additional factions, items, and lords flooding in from throughout. The first Total Warhammer’s Norsca DLC race have turn out to be playable in Twarhammer 2’s cross-game Mortal Empires campaign, the brand new ‘The Queen & The Crone Lords Pack’ paid DLC is out now, new free DLC provides a brooding new High Elf for everybody, varied races have acquired highly effective buffs, and elite items from the primary sport at the moment are within the sequel too. As I stated, an enormous and fighty day, whether or not you’re shopping for something new or not.
Right so! Free issues first. Here comes Alith Anar, a brand new Legendary Lord becoming a member of the High Elves, going round telling everybody to name him ‘The Shadow King’ as a cool nickname as a result of he can stroll in shadows and summon Morai-Heg to kick folks in. Alright Alf, simmer down.
Also free are the 30th Birthday Regiments from the primary Total Warhammer, 30 elite items throughout a number of races who’ve now turn out to be playable in Mortal Empires, the marketing campaign which slams the 2 video games collectively. If you’ve not nabbed ’em earlier than, see this.
Then there’s right now’s large patch, named ‘The Resurgent Update‘. Along with fixing bugs, tweaking stability, and tuning efficiency just a little, it provides new issues. All Elven races can now hunt for (and hopefully declare) the Sword of Khaine, for starters, which absolutely can’t backfire. The High Elves achieve new applied sciences too.
The replace additionally provides the Norsca DLC race to the Mortal Empires marketing campaign, and provides the the Viking-y lads new applied sciences and hunts to make them match higher into the sequel. You might want to personal the DLC to play them, although do keep in mind it was given free to gamers who purchased Total Warhammer inside its first week.
Speaking of, the Dwarves in Mortal Empires have been reworked and expanded just a little too. They’re getting the brand new capability to forge highly effective magic objects and weapons, a brand new beginning place for Ungrim, new abilities for some people, and the brand new megamurdering Giant Slayer items.
Onto paid issues! Total Warhammer 2’s first DLC ‘legendary lord’ pack, named The Queen & The Crone, is out now. It provides Alarielle The Radiant to the High Elves and Hellebron The Hag-Queen to the Dark Elves, each fielding new items as they battle over whether or not the world ought to be fairly or bloody. That’ll value you £6/$8 on Steam.
In quick: vikings, elves, dwarves, and lords galore.