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Total War: Warhammer 3 roadmap revealed, Immortal Empires beta in 2022

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DLC is on the way.

What you need to know

  • Total War: Warhammer 3 first launched for PC on Feb. 17, 2022.
  • Developer Creative Assembly shared a roadmap for the game, detailing what players can expect in the coming months.
  • Immortal Empires, the massive mode combining all three games, which launch in beta format in Q3 2022.

Creative Assembly’s massive fantasy strategy game will continue to grow in the coming months, with an early focus on addressing remaining player feedback and fixing any bugs.

Creative Assembly shared a roadmap for Total War: Warhammer 3 on Friday, detailing the things players can expect every quarter for the remainder of 2022. Notably, Q2 is focused on performance and patches, with the team focusing on taking out bugs for the remainder of May and June. The team is also shaking up how special Regiments of Renown are added to the game.

In prior Total War: Warhammer titles, Regiments of Renown would be added for a faction all at once through paid DLC. While some of this will still happen, free Regiments of Renown are also being added to every main faction with the launch of a partiularly big update.

In Q3, players will get the first DLC Lord Pack, the Blood DLC, and most excitingly to many, the launch of Immortal Empires as a beta. Like Mortal Empires in Total War: Warhammer 2, Immortal Empires is a fusion of everything that has come before it. All three games combine into one massive map where players can use any content they’ve purchased. Due to the size and scale of this, Creative Assembly is opting to launch the new mode in beta format.

Q4 is a little more uncertain at this stage, though there will definitely be a large update of some kind focused on improving the Immortal Empires beta experience.

DLC game director Richard Aldridge notes that while the focus on addressing player feedback had a “knock on” affect that ended up pushing some of the DLC plans back, the team is getting back to working on “fan favourite characters, races, unique mechanics and narratives” for years to come, alongside an “unhealthy dose of special surprises too.”

While nothing specific has been shared, the list of factions in Total War: Warhammer 3 will be growing in the future. If leaked voice lines are any indication, we might even see Chaos Dwarfs as one of the first additions.

Dark gods rising

Total War: Warhammer 3

$60 at Microsoft
$60 at Steam
From $1/month with PC Game Pass

More is coming

Total War: Warhammer 3 promises an incredible amount of content for players to enjoy, and the game is only going to grow more over time.

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