What you need to know
- Creative Assembly is unveiling more of Total War: Warhammer 3 in September.
- One of these updates will pull back the curtain on the empire of Grand Cathay.
- Creative Assembly also shared concept art for some of units commanded by Slaanesh, Tzeentch and Nurgle.
Creative Assembly has shown a fair bit of gameplay for Total War: Warhammer 3 with icy Kislev and the fiery forces of Khorne taking center stage so far. On Monday, Creative Assembly revealed that the team is preparing to share more, with more updates coming in September.
One of these updates will focus on the reveal of Grand Cathay, a mysterious empire that has long server as a bastion against Chaos and is helping to realize the vision of the tabletop game. More information is also coming on updates for siege battles, something that has been highly requested by the fan community.
In the meanwhile, Creative Assembly shared some concept art for the armies of Slaanesh, Tzeentch and Nurgle, the three remaining Chaos Gods whose forces have not yet been seen. First up, you can see artwork of Slaanesh Daemonettes and Exalted Chariot:
Then, we get a peek at Tzeentch's Soulgrinder and Herald.
Finally, there's a glimpse a the disgusting Nurgling and Rotfly hordes of Nurgle.
Total War: Warhammer 3 is currently slated to launch at some point in Late 2021 for PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store and could be one of the best PC games available when it launches. The game features six factions at launch, more than Total War: Warhammer and its sequel launched with. Total War: Warhammer 2 DLC support recently concluded with the addition of new Beastman and Lizardman monsters, as well as a free update that brings mercenaries from the Ogre Kingdoms.
Sometime after the launch of Total War: Warhammer 3, a free update will be available that combines all three games into one mega-campaign, in a similar vein to the Mortal Empires expansion for Total War: Warhammer 2.
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