Total War: Warhammer – Welcome to the Old World

Posted on 14 Apr 2016 by
Bis18marck70

It seems that over last few weeks, hardly a day passes without some Warhammer related news. Today, The Creative Assembly and SEGA hits us with a brand new trailer, Total War: Warhammer – Welcome to The Old World.

Zooming over the deserts of the south, into the mountains of old, through the tunnels of darkness into the realm of men, watch as The Old World unfolds itself before your eyes. Lastly, we travel to the ice realm of Norsca and into the Chaos Wastes to find, waiting, the Everchosen.


Official Press Release

Welcome to the Old World – Explore the vivid, high fantasy lands of Total War: WARHAMMER & cower before The Everchosen

Incorporating brand new footage from the stunning campaign map and a variety of spectacular, battlefield environments – this video journeys across the entire Total War: WARHAMMER Old World and offers an ominous first look at Archaeon Everchosen, the most favoured Son of Chaos.

Covering many leagues in size, the Old World of Warhammer Fantasy Battles is as diverse as it is perilous; the infested forests that surround the Empire’s cities, to the lakes and groves of Bretonnia; from the mountain passes guarded by the Dwarfs, to the bleak moors and haunted marshes of Sylvania. And in the north are the ice-clad lands of Norsca and beyond that… darkness and insanity reign supreme.

To follow on from this, a new series of ‘Battlefield Briefing’ videos will be released on the Total War YouTube account in the coming weeks showing elaborated and detailed visual accounts of the various environments and battlefields in Total War: WARHAMMER.

A fantasy strategy game of legendary proportions, Total War: WARHAMMER combines an addictive turn-based campaign of conquest and empire-building with explosive, colossal, real-time battles, all set in the vivid and incredible world of Warhammer Fantasy Battles. Total War: WARHAMMER will release on 24th May 2016 and is available now to pre-order http://store.steampowered.com/app/364360/.

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