In an era of ceaseless conquest, a myriad warriors clash in epic battles as entire races wage war on one another, each led by a notorious hero seeking dominion over the world. All at your command. The courageous Karl Franz marshals the men of the Empire, looking to unite the fractured elector counts under a banner of strength against their common foes.
Hungry for the vicious brutality of combat, the Greenskins flock to the tribe of Grimgor Ironhide; Orcs and Goblins alike filled with an insatiable thirst for carnage. High King Thorgrim helms the stoic Dwarfs forth from their mountain strongholds, marching to right the serious injustices wrought upon them over the millennia. Yet the motives of the Vampire Counts under Mannfred von Carstein are shrouded in murderous secrecy, his armies raised from the decrepit ranks of the dead.
And while the Old World is torn by betrayal, war and the unleashing of unfathomable power, a rising threat still whispers in the winds from the north. The fabric of reality itself begins to rend and buckle.
An old classic and new ideas put together a great continuation of the legendary strategy series. This is exactly what Total War needed. [Issue#264]
Total War: Warhammer is a dream come true. The most complex and attractive way to dive into the Warhammer Fantasy world.
It's a triumph of real-time strategy design, and the best the Total War series has ever been.
The gameplay is Total War at its finest, and the variety in factions and units allow for many ways to handle your short and long campaign objectives.
Warhammer's enormous universe brings a fresh angle to Total War's slow and steady gameplay style. It is possibly one of the greatest ideas ever seen by the whole gaming industry. It has it's ups and downs but still, it's a great experience.
A slightly flawed version of each, but still an epic combination of two great franchises. [Issue#252, p.54]
When you walk away from Total War: Warhammer, you’ll feel like you’ve played yet another decent Warhammer game. It has the attention to detail and adherence to lore that fans of the IP look for, but without many of the compelling qualities that are needed to substantiate AAA games in a release-heavy year like 2016.
October 17, 2018
Total Warhammer II unveils a new character for its new DLC, Cylostra Direfin. Watch video
October 5, 2018
Total War: Warhammer 2 announces its new expansion, that includes zombie pirates. Watch video
October 9, 2017
Total War: Warhammer 2 opens its Steam Workshop to let fans customise their experience. Read more
September 4, 2017
Total War: Warhammer 2 publishes its minimum and recommended PC specs.