Creative Assembly Reveal Details Regarding Total War: Warhammer II Combined Campaign

Mortal Empires is the first step towards a massive campaign involving all playable races.

By Woozie, Posted 20 Sep 2017

With Total War: Warhammer II not that far off, Creative Assembly have shone some light on the combined campaign meant to join together territories from both games. Dubbed "Mortal Empires", the campaign will take The Old World from the first game and expand it, including territories from Total War: Warhammer II. By the time the third game is out, the plan is to have five playable campaigns: the three main ones coming with each game, Mortal Empires and a third one that will involve territories from all three games.

"We’ll be taking the iconic territory of the Old World you know from the first game and expanding outwards to the West, taking in key territories from Lustria, the Southlands, Naggaroth and Ulthuan to massively expand the playable area. It’s not a straight stitch-‘n’-fit job, and it can’t be – the Old World and Eye of The Vortex campaign maps are designed to be standalone; they’re different shapes and don’t ‘fit together’. Also, no Vortex story mechanics here: this is pure conquest, with all the playable races and factions we’ve released so far (plus a ton of AI controlled ones) vying for dominance across the continents."

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The playable territory in the Mortal Empires campagin will be over twice as big as that in the original game. Mechanics from Total War: Warhammer II will also make it into the campaign, ranged breath attacks for all dragons and encounters at sea being just a few of those mentioned. End turn times are expected to be longer and Norsca won't be making it into the campaign when it launches. Mortal Empires will be the first Free-LC for Total War: Warhammer II. Players must, naturally, own both games should they want to give this a spin. Total War: Warhammer II is set to launch on the 28th of September on PC for the price of $59.99 or your regional equivalent. Have a look at the full blog post on the subject of Mortal Empires.

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General Information

Platform(s): PC
Publisher(s): SEGA
Developer(s): Creative Assembly
Genres: Turn-Based Strategy, Grand Strategy
Themes: Fantasy, Warhammer
Release Date: 2017

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