After a few beta branches available through Steam over the last few weeks, Creative Assembly and Sega have issued a patch through the digital platform for the Bretonnia leg of Total War: Warhammer.
With Creative Assembly and Sega now officially working on the sequel to last year's Total War: Warhammer, it's time to oil up the speculation machine to work out just what the fans are hoping for this time around.
We're never sure how one can call a digital board game a board game - but there's another to add to the list with Versus Evil's 'Antihero'.
Waking up today with nothing to do? Whether it's a day off from work, a day for slacking or just a half day that you're cutting off at a quarter before lunch, there's a beta build of Total War: Warhammer waiting whenever you're free.
In an effect to better keep its players up to date with the continuously expanding Total War franchise, the teams have begun a collective thread over on the Total War forums to keep players in the loop when it comes to progress with each currently relevant title.
Content with the offerings of a certain bundle last month? Whether you're still plodding along with Civilization V, IV, III or one of its various spin-offs, Firaxis still want you to give Civilization VI a while - and they're offing a demo to coax you over.
It's still fairly early in the morning, but nothing gets you up quite like a deep, thumping soundtrack and a mysteriously moving figure. If you want both in your life, check out the newest Phoenix Point teaser trailer down below.
Flapping its way on Steam Early Access in July last year, March 30 is the day Sunburned Games has set for the The Great Whale Road to enter full release.
Seemingly forever in financial trouble, it was only a matter of time before the reports of Crytek being unable to pay developer wages would mean the shuttering of yet another studio.
All new DLC for Total War: Warhammer has been released today which adds the Bretonnia faction. Alongside this, Creative Assembly are now hard at work on part two of the trilogy.