Today it’s Total War: Warhammer a 2016 turn-based strategy and real-time tactics game developed by Creative Assembly and published by Sega for Microsoft Windows (PC). The game features the gameplay of the Total War series with factions of Games Workshop’s Warhammer Fantasy series; it is the first Total War game not to portray a historical setting. It is the 10th title in the Total War series and the first title to be released in the Total War: Warhammer trilogy.
The Shogun 2 demo is now available via Steam. It is 6Gb in size and it worth checking out if you want to see what it will be like. It’s mostly what you expect from total war games but in a medieval slash empire way with the Japanese instead. The rest of the game will be out on the 15th March 2011.
Sega said today that Empire: Total War and Napoleon: Total War are going to be combined in a Gold pack for release later this year. The new edition will be available on October 19 for £30.
Both games and all their DLC will be included in the edition. That means you’ll get Elite Units of the East, Elite Units of the West, Elite Units of America, and the Warpath Campaign for Empire, and The Peninsular Campaign, Coalition Battle Pack, and the Elite Regiment for Napoleon.