Creative Assembly has introduced that the Immortal Empires mode in Total War: Warhammer 3 is leaving beta and can be out there to all gamers, even those that don’t personal the remainder of the trilogy.
Immortal Empires – which fuses all three marketing campaign maps from the Total War: Warhammer trilogy – beforehand required the possession of all three video games to play. As of tomorrow (February 17), that can now not be the case and solely Warhammer 3 can be required to play Immortal Empires.
“Since the launch of Immortal Empires last August, the dev team has been working tirelessly to bring this labour of love – the most ambitious game mode ever released in Total War – to as many players as possible,” shared Creative Assembly on Twitter.
However, solely the factions out there with Warhammer 3 can be out there to play – as lords and downloadable content material (DLC) from different video games will nonetheless require their buy to play.
To mark the launch of Immortal Empires, Creative Assembly has additionally launched a brand new trailer for the mode, which you’ll be able to watch beneath.
Looking to the sport’s future, the previous few seconds of this trailer seems to verify that the following Warhammer 3 DLC will add Chaos Dwarfs to the sport. While Creative Assembly has teased their addition in prior patch notes, right this moment’s transient clip is the closest followers have needed to full affirmation.
“It might be worth your time sticking around until the end of the video for a sneak peak at… something,” teases patch notes for tomorrow’s replace. “The impending arrival of a fiery Chaos on the world of Warhammer 3 may not be a huge shock, but fear not – it’ll be here before you know it.”
Earlier within the month, Creative Assembly confirmed that Warhammer 3 will get three DLC releases in 2023.
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