Patch 2.0 for Total War Warhammer III is here - Immortal Empires has landed
Creative Assembly's huge Immortal Empires campaign is now available
Published: 23rd August 2022 | Source: Total War |
The Ultimate Total War Warhammer campaign is now available - Immortal Empires is here!
Creative Assembly has announced that patch 2.0 for Total War Warhammer III is now available, releasing the game's Immortal Empires game mode to Total War Warhammer 1/2 owners, and Total War Warhammer III's new Champions of Chaos DLC. Additionally, Total War Warhammer III's Blood for the Blood God III DLC is now available.
Owners of all three Total War Warhammer games can now enjoy Creative Assembly's largest Total War campaign map to date, merging together the playable regions of Total War Warhammer I, II, and III to create a map that has 86 playable Legendary Lords, 23 races, 533 regions, and 278 starting factions. This is Creative Assembly's largest Total War campaign to date, and it will only get larger as the game is updated. We are certain that Creative Assembly will eventually do something with the lands of Ind and Khuresh, both of which are currently impassable on Total War Warhammer's campaign map.
Alongside the game's Champions of Chaos DLC, Total War Warhammer III's standard "The Realms of Chaos" campaign map now includes four new provinces, Albion, Marches of Couronne, Middle Mountains, and Northern Wastelands. Total War Warhammer III's new Champions of Chaos DLC factions will also be playable in this campaign, though these factions will have unique objectives.
Patch 2.0 for Total War Warhammer III is available now to download, offering gamers new optimisations, rebalanced gameplay, new artwork, and more content for gamers to enjoy. Full patch notes for Total War Warhammer III's patch 2.0 are available to read here.
Creative Assembly has also confirmed that further patches for Total War Warhammer III are currently in the works, including a 2.1 update that is expected to release in September, and a 2.2 update that is expected to launch in October.