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The latest Total War: Warhammer III PC trailer showcases the brutality of Khorne's daemons

Total War Warhammer Iii
Total War Warhammer Iii (Image credit: SEGA)

What you need to know

  • Total War: Warhammer is a strategy franchise from SEGA.
  • A new trailer just dropped, showcasing the violent daemons of Khorne.
  • Total War: Warhammer III will launch later in 2021 for PC.

Total War: Warhammer III is the latest and final entry in SEGA's Total War: Warhammer franchise, which is a series of real-time strategy games. In Total War: Warhammer, you command your army to conquer all rival factions and decide the fate of the world. Total War: Warhammer III will hopefully live up its pedigree and claim a place amongst the best PC games on the market.

This entry has you take command of the six rival armies as they fight for dominance of the battlefield. On one side, we have the human armies of the Kingdom of Kislev and the Empire of Grand Cathay. On the other side, you have the four forces of Chaos Daemons, looking to corrupt, desecrate and destroy everything in sight in the name of their gods. We have the disease-ridden forces of Nurgle, the manipulative masterminds of Tzeentch, the lustful sadists of Slaanesh, and finally, the subject of today's topic — the bloodthirsty warmongers of Khorne.

SEGA has just released a cinematic trailer showcasing the stern warriors of Kislev taking on the Chaos Daemons of Khorne. As you can see, these guys are a bunch of psychotic, vicious, battle-hungry murderers that crave nothing else except war and bloodshed. If you get corrupted by Khorne's demonic influence, you will be converted into one of his genocidal minions and fight to appease his bloodlust for all eternity. As you can imagine, controlling these monsters during gameplay will be a bloody, violent, and extremely fun time.

Total War: Warhammer III will be released for PC via Steam at an unspecified release date in late 2021.

Alexander Cope is a writer for Windows Central and iMore that has been gaming since the 16-bit era.