Fantasy strategy game Total War: Warhammer 3 has got its final patch of 2022, update 2.3.0, which brings the single-player customisable endgame scenarios to its multiplayer mode. This change allows whoever is setting up one of the game’s Immortal Empires campaigns in multiplayer to fiddle with the endgame how they please. Devs Creative Assembly have even gone and done one of those video thingies for the update, which you can watch below. Read more
Total War: Warhammer 3 is an extremely hard game to review in isolation. It’s utterly massive in itself, with eight hulking single player campaigns at launch, not to mention a greatly expanded range of multiplayer and PvE skirmish options. But that’s just the start of it. For indeed, just like beloved Warhammer villain Ebeneezer Scrooge, any attempt to form an opinion on this game has to contend not just with the present, but with the bedevilments of its past and future to boot. While it is very much a game you can buy and enjoy on its lonesome, TWW3 is…
Total War: Rome Remastered made one of the most beloved entries in the strategy series more accessible to modern audiences. Now its final content update makes it more accessible to modders, including removing limits on the number of cultures, building types and factions. Read more
Kislev and Khorne are going head to head in the newest Total War: Warhammer 3 trailer that just landed today. The next part of Creative Assembly’s series is giving some serious love to the snowy folks of fantasy Russia with cavalry bears, magical bears, and other pretty cool looking icy units. You can spot the lot in the new cinematic trailer right here ahead of the gameplay reveal that’s still scheduled for tomorrow. Read more
Remasters, reboots, spiritual successors and the like have always been a part of gaming, but it does feel as if we’ve entered into a new era of remasters. Or at least, I can point to Mass Effect: Legendary Edition, Diablo 2: Resurrected and Total War: Rome Remastered and say, “three’s a trend.” There’s a new trailer showing the quality of life updates coming to Total War: Rome when the remaster releases later this month. Read more
Creative Assembly today announced they’re revamping 2004’s Rome: Total War for modern PCs with a re-release. Total War: Rome Remastered (flipping to the new naming style, I see) is due April 29th, with a little visual polish, a few new bits and pieces, and some tweaks to the interface and other systems. It’s not a full fancy remake, but they are sweetening the deal a little by offering a temporary 50% discount to folks who already own the original on Steam. Read more
Total War: Rome Remastered has been announced, and it’s the first remaster ever for a Total War game.Scheduled for release on April 29, Total War: Rome Remastered was created in collaboration with Feral Interactive.This is a comprehensive remaster and features a suite of visual improvements such as full 4K visuals, native support for ultra-high-definition resolution, and overhauled environment, battlefield, and character models. You can also expect gameplay improvements and improved accessibility.It also comes with new gameplay content featuring 16 previously unplayable factions to play on top of the original 22.New features include a tactical map during battles, and heat maps and icon overlays…
Ice witches and daemons and polar bears, oh my!