Those looking for a little extra Total War: Warhammer content will get just that in around a week's time - assuming you didn't already pick it up from a magazine or a helpful Games Workshop employee.
With around 2 weeks to go until launch, it's only natural to expect a few gameplay examples from Warhammer 40,000: Sanctus Reach. Slitherine Games delivers the goods with this rather static trailer.
Civilization VI only just released late last week on 20th October, with the launch going very well. It currently sits as the third most played game on Steam, with 99,138 players at its peak and some very positive reviews on the Steam store front.
Creative assembly are trying to be a bit more transparent with the fans by keeping them updated on what the various teams under the Total War banner are currently working on. We all know that they've got teams working on Total War: ARENA, Total War Battles: KINGDOM and Total War: Warhammer, but what about the next historical Total War game that we've all been waiting for?
Slashing sales records at every corner, Creative Assembly haven't been coy to talk about just how surprises they are at the breakout success of Total War: Warhammer. After churning out Total War games for every available world conflict, they never expected their fantasy take on combat would come as far as it has.
With every new update comes even newer problems and this is the case with the new Total War Warhammer DLC Realm of the Wood Elves. We have fixes to your issues, right here!
With so many releases over the holiday period, it's difficult to keep track of them all. But with Warhammer dominating most of the news lately, it certainly was no surprise to see Total War: Warhammer's 'Realm of the Wood Elves' expansion land.
There's not a day that goes by without a Warhammer fan getting a new sliver of information relating to either the tabletop game, expanded lore, video game adaptions or even a video game trying to be a tabletop game; and Warhammer 40,000: Sanctus Reach is the next title to cater to that audience as it's getting closer to its January 19 release.
When you have over 3 decades of story and play under your belt, you're likely to have saturated various forms of media enough to constantly be in the spotlight. With the recent news of Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide getting a new spot of DLC, it's time for Total War: Warhammer to follow suite.