We are getting closer and closer to Total War: Warhammer IIIA launch is planned for later this year. So far, Creative Assembly has revealed the lists of modules for Kislev Soldiers And the Khorn’s forces. Those are just two factions we’ll see in the game. Moreover, we can expect Total War: Warhammer III To include the Grand Cathay, as well as the occult legions that worship Slaanesh, Tzeentch, and Nurgle.
However, we won’t see any major reveal for the rest of July or even August. Instead, Creative Assembly will be taking a short break, with a promise that the following exhibitions will take place from September onwards.
Total War: Warhammer III – The visual art of the Tzeentch, Slaanesh and Nurgle daemon modules
from the latest Total War: Warhammer III Blog postGrand Cathay will be unveiled around September. faction, Warhammer Fantasy BattlesFilming China, created in collaboration with Games Workshop. Given that Grand Cathay has never been an official tabletop faction, there are bound to be plenty of surprises when it rolls out in full in a couple of months. Moreover, Cathay’s mechanics aren’t the only ones Which we’ll go deeper into, but we’ll also see major tweaks to the siege system.Given how demanding players are to tweak siege battles, we’ve got our fingers crossed so developers can introduce them.
Also, as mentioned earlier, subsequent revelations will cover the remaining factions of the “Mono-god” Chaos Demon (i.e. Zenich, Slanich, and Nurgl). However, Creative Assembly has raised some modules that will be part of every roster. For example, you can see the Soulgrinder of Tzeentch in the featured image at the top. Worshipers of The Changer of Ways will also have a Herald of Tzeentch.
Meanwhile, the Grandfather Nurgle will have his assortment of plague-carrying residents, including pesky Rotflies and gossip Nurglings. For Slaaneshi’s forces, we have concept art of the Semitic chariot of the famous Slaaneshi and the famous Daemonettes (shown below).
Creative Assembly also promised to reveal more information about the early adopter reward. Likewise, there will be more surprises in time. We’re entering the speculation zone now, but since we’re seeing ‘mono-god’ gatherings of Daemons of Chaos, I really hope one of those surprises involves an undivided Chaos faction led by Bellacourt. Moreover, since then Silence and angerThe free update added Ogre Mercenaries, I’d be remiss not to include Ogre Kingdoms, and possibly the fully playable Dogs of War module as well.
Anyway, we just have to wait a few months to see what Creative Assembly has set up. For now, you can pre-order Total War: Warhammer III through it Steam store page. Finally, if you own the latest DLC for the current game, don’t forget to check out Axle guides and features to Total War: Warhammer II – The Silence & The Fury.