Total War: Warhammer 3's patch 1.3 marks another step towards Creative Assembly addressing more fan complaints that still affect its most recent grand strategy game. Its release date also brings us closer to the highly anticipated launch of the massive Immortal Empires map, while hopefully contributing to things going off smoothly when it finally arrives.
Total War: Warhammer 3's patch 1.3 won't be as big as the two updates preceding it but still comes with a number of changes that should make the whole experience better, when its release date comes around.
After locking in its release window to Q3 2022 when revealing the game's roadmap, developer Creative Assembly has now confirmed that Total War: Warhammer III's patch 1.3 release date is set to occur on June 30.
- Total War: Warhammer 3 Patch 1.3 release date: June 30
The patch introduces new Regiments of Renown for each of the game's playable factions alongside reworked character traits and skill trees.
The former should now make defeating notable characters more rewarding; the latter aims to make Lord and Legendary Lords more effective, while addressing replenishment issues for races that struggled with it since launch.
Players will also be able to teleport and confront AI reaching the Forge of Souls rather than having to camp the location in order to not lose the Realm of Chaos campaign. The final battle of the campaign is also being tweaked to take less time and dole out less punishment.
Additional improvements to unit responsiveness and a slate of other changes are coming in patch 1.3. You can check them all out in the article linked above.
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