Total War: Warhammer II's Mortal Empires Campaign will release on October 26th

This will be Creative Assembly's largest campaign map to date

Total War: Warhammer II's Mortal Empires Campaign will release on October 26th

Total War: Warhammer II's Mortal Empires Campaign will release on October 26th

After the game's initial launch last month, Creative Assembly will be kitting out Total War: Warhammer II with their largest campaign map to date, merging both the Old World and the New World together to create their epic "Mortal Empires" campaign, which will feature a total of 117 factions and 295 total settlements. 

This new campaign map is not simply stitching together the maps of Total War Warhammer's I and II but creating a whole new campaign map that has been rebalanced to support all of the game's existing Legendary Lords and factions, with all playable factions from each game being available to play. Sadly Norsca will not be available to play as in this campaign at launch, as that faction DLC was not planned when the Mortal Empires map was initially being designed. Thankfully this faction will be playable in this new mode at a later date, though the release of this faction is unknown at this time. 
 
Creative Assembly will be releasing their Mortal Empires Campaign Free-LC on October 26th, requiring both Total War: Warhammer I and II to play

 

Total War: Warhammer II's Mortal Empires Campaign will release on October 26th

 

Creative Assembly has confirmed that all of the new features of Total War: Warhammer II will be included in this campaign, like rogue armies, treasure hunting,  sea encounters and climate suitability. Factions will no longer be limited to specific locations on the map like in original Total War: Warhammer, though certain areas will be more suitable to certain factions than others. 

It has also been confirmed that Total War: Warhammer III will also have a crazy sized campaign map, which will add an even larger map to the game that contains the regions used in Total War: Warhammer II's sequel. Creative Assembly has not thought of a name for this epic-scale campaign map, only calling it "A Very Big Campaign" in their recent blog post. This campaign will only be available to owners of Total War: Warhammer I, II and III.  

 

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17-10-2017, 12:58:39

NeverBackDown
Super excited. Can't wait to crush the New World factions under the hooves of Bretonnia!Quote

17-10-2017, 13:07:38

WYP
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Super excited. Can't wait to crush the New World factions under the hooves of Bretonnia!
I was thinking the exact same thing. Love Bretonnia, easily one of my favourite factions.Quote

17-10-2017, 14:20:02

NeverBackDown
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I was thinking the exact same thing. Love Bretonnia, easily one of my favourite factions.
Same! Unfortunately I believe after playing the Vortex Campaign that the Old World factions are outclassed in terms of balance and quality of the faction. So much more work was put into the new gameQuote

17-10-2017, 14:35:29

WYP
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Same! Unfortunately I believe after playing the Vortex Campaign that the Old World factions are outclassed in terms of balance and quality of the faction. So much more work was put into the new game
Yeah, but in the Vortex Campaign the Old World factions were not using their full unit rosters, so they were kind nerfed and unable to utilise their full might when the other factions started using top tier armies.

Hopefully they are able to get the balance right in the new campaign, though I think all factions are usable online, so they should be well enough balanced on that level.Quote

17-10-2017, 19:18:28

NeverBackDown
Yeah the balance over time will definitely be better. But lore wise some factions are just simply better so it'll be interesting to see how that will play out.
I think campaign wise the features of each faction are going to definitely be skewed where everything before Bretonnia is going to feel unfinished compared to everything after. I'll still enjoy it either wayQuote
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