Total War: WARHAMMER II native release today

total war warhammer ii linux and mac release today

Total War: WARHAMMER II finally has it’s Linux and Mac release today. Also the the second instalment in Creative Assembly’s epic Total War: WARHAMMERfantasy trilogy. Which is even better than the previous game, now on available on SteamHumble Store and Feral Store.

Total War: WARHAMMER II Linux and Mac players can take the journey across the New World. A strategy game of titanic proportions. While you choose from four unique, varied factions and wage war your way. Mounting a campaign of conquest to save or destroy a vast and vivid fantasy world.
This is a game of two halves, one a turn-based open-world campaign. Since the other is an intense, tactical real-time battle across the fantastical landscapes of the New World. Check out the trailer posted by Feral Interactive below.

Total War: WARHAMMER II release Trailer (Linux, Mac)

So Total War: WARHAMMER II’s rich narrative, depth and variety of gameplay. Already winning critical acclaim and players around the world are now embarking on their own campaign, taking place across the breadth of the New World.
Game Director Ian Roxburgh even point out: “We’re delighted that the second game is scoring higher with critics than the first. And are looking forward to fans playing the game for themselves. We’re always keen to hear fan feedback. Since this will form an integral part in our plans for upcoming free content and the third title in our trilogy.”

Shortly after the launch of Total War: WARHAMMER II last year. A gigantic update to owners of the game includes a new campaign map enabling players to conquer both the Old and New Worlds. The engrossing narrative campaign is set across four strikingly distinct continents. So expect to play in the tropical Lustria, icy Naggaroth, the mountainous, ring-shaped Isle of Ulthuan, and the deserts, jungles and savannahs of the sprawling Southlands.

Yeah, Total War: WARHAMMER II is impressive, even moreso than the debut title. Check it out on Linux and Mac today. Available on SteamHumble Store and Feral Store for $59.99/£39.99/€59.99.

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