Total War: Warhammer 2's final DLC, The Silence & The Fury was supposed to release this afternoon, bringing the strategy game's lengthy streak of post-launch launch content to an end. Those eager players that downloaded it as soon as it was available unfortunately found that they couldn't access it right away.
This less than ideal start to the closing of Warhammer 2's saga saw users eager to test the Jabberslythe's stability in combat taking to online boards to point out the issue. Developer Creative Assembly soon followed with a response and, it turns out, that players couldn't access The Silence & The Fury due to issues on Steam's part.
"We've run into some issues with Steam so we're just waiting on them and then it should be live. Unfortunately nothing we can do on our end," reads a tweet from the official Total War account.
A follow-up tweet pointed out that the developer is also "aware people are currently experiencing issues with the Great Bray Shaman," obtainable at no cost via Total War Access, and that it is "investigating." At the same time, the issues surrounding The Silence & The Fury itself should now be fixed.
If you're still having trouble getting Warhammer 2's newest content, it's likely best to wait a bit, as the fix might take a while to propagate to all users. In the meantime, you could give our review a read to see why we think this DLC is a great final offering before Creative Assembly moves on to Warhammer 3.
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