Total War Warhammer 2 Campaign is Called Mortal Empires, It Has 117 Factions

26 September 2017 at 00:47 in Gaming News with no comments

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Creative Assembly has named the Total War Warhammer 2 campaign and it is called Mortal Empires. This idea actually was previously announced already – the developers making a campaign from both the content of the first game as well as the sequel.

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Mortal Empires will launch as part of a post-release, 117 factions and 295 settlements. The Norsca faction will be added at a later date and is not part of the post-release update.

“Mortal Empires will sit alongside The Old World and Eye of the Vortex as an epic fantasy strategy experience, a playable campaign in its own right, accessed through the Warhammer II menu. We’ll be taking the iconic territory of the Old World you know from the first game and expanding our worlds to the West, taking in key territories from Lustria, the Southlands, Naggaroth, and Ulthuan to massively expand the playable area,” said the post. “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 stand-alone, 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.”

Total War Warhammer 2 releases on September 28, 2017, on PC.


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