Total War: Warhammer 2 — The Twisted and The Twilight DLC is coming on December 3
The rotten hordes clash with forces of nature.
What you need to know
- Total War: Warhammer 2 first released back in 2017.
- Since then, there have been multiple free updates and paid content packs.
- The next paid DLC is called The Twisted and The Twilight, focused on Skaven and Wood Elves.
- It's releasing on December 3, 2020.
While the prior DLC pack, The Warden and The Paunch, brought additions to the High Elves and Greenskins factions, The Twisted and the Twilight is focused on the Skaven and Wood Elves factions. Throt the Unclean is added as a Skaven leader, while the Wood Elves receive the Sisters of Twilight. You can check out the trailer for this DLC pack below.
In addition to these legendary lords, new units like the Zoats and Brood Horrors are filling out the rosters of available units. This DLC pack will also coincide with a free update overhauling several gameplay mechanics for the Wood Elves faction. Total War: Warhammer 2 is one of the best PC games available so it's great to continue seeing it grow like this. We'll have to wait and see if this the final DLC or if more are coming before Total War: Warhammer 3's inevitable announcement.
The Twisted and The Twilight is set to release on December 3, 2020. It's $10, with 10% off for anyone who preorders. In the meantime, you can check out more details on the Steam page.
Total War games are enormous in scale, and Warhammer II is no different. It takes everything that made the first Warhammer Total War game so good and expands on it with new factions and gameplay mechanics. Plus, you can combine it with the first to create the Mortal Empires mega-campaign.
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