With the chalice now overflowing with the blood of those who dared oppose the Druchii, the time has come – behold as the loathsome Kharibdyss rises from the depths!
Total War: THREE KINGDOMS is the next major Total War historical game and is set in the titular period of ancient China. It launches in Spring 2019.
Inspired by Luo Guanzhong’s 14th Century historical novel, Romance of the Three Kingdoms, this epic strategy game follows the dramatic lives of near-mythical warring lords and their retainers in 2nd to 3rd century China. But true to the series’ legacy, the game will also feature a Classic Mode that offers a much more grounded recreation of the period for players who prefer a historically authentic Total War experience.
The Queen & The Crone Public Beta patch is now live!
This update aims to deal with some of the issues you’ve been having since The Queen & The Crone’s release – make sure to keep us posted if you happen to encounter any more.
The Total War teams have been very busy with some very exciting stuff in the time since we last updated you, and with E3 on the horizon you can be sure there’s plenty to look forward to.
Without further ado, let’s turn you over to the teams themselves…
It’s now been a few days since we deployed the first balance update for Thrones of Britannia.
Many of the changes were put in as a response to community feedback calling for campaigns to be a bit more challenging, and so we’re hoping that the systems should now give you challenge aplenty to get stuck into.
They are, however, best experienced within a new campaign. The further into an existing campaign you are, the more significantly the changes may throw your economy, food, and faction mechanics.
If you’re not ready to jump into a new campaign just yet, though, fear not – you do have a couple of options.
This update arrives alongside The Queen & The Crone Lords pack, bringing a huge array of content additions, revisions, and improvements to Total War: WARHAMMER II and the Mortal Empires campaign as well as including many bug fixes and balance changes.
The main focus of this update is to respond to player feedback by creating a better balance in terms of difficulty and to serve up more challenge. We have tried to leave no stone unturned in this exercise, so the patch includes many granular level changes.
The Thrones of Britannia Public Beta is now in full swing!
We’ve just launched a patch to deal with some of the issues you’ve been having – make sure to keep us posted if you happen to encounter any more.
Alongside the long-anticipated addition of Norsca in Total War: WARHAMMER II’s Mortal Empires campaign and a bunch of changes and upgrades, the Resurgent Update includes a significant update focused on one of the main Old World races.
What is The Queen & The Crone?
The Queen & the Crone is our first Lords Pack DLC for Total War: WARHAMMER II. Bolstering the forces of the High Elves and the Dark Elves, it introduces two famous rival characters and new iconic units from the world of Warhammer Fantasy Battles to your campaigns and battles.
As for Lord Packs for the first part of the trilogy, we’ve intended to focus the DLC around a legendary rivalry from the Warhammer Fantasy Lore; and what could be more of a rivalry than between the Everqueen and the Crone? What’s more we’ve been listening to the feedback from the community following the Steps of Isha Free-LC release and our in-game metrics, this time really focussing on campaign replayability and picking units for this pack that emphasise and suit the new Lords.