Total War: Warhammer Gets 30 Free New Units to Celebrate its Developer’s 30th Anniversary

Creative Assembly has been active thirty years, and prepares to deliver Total War: Warhammer freebies to celebrate.

on August 2, 2017 10:43 AM

The British developer Creative Assembly was founded on August 18th, 1987, which means that they’re just about to celebrate their 30th anniversary.

Of course, celebrations often come with freebies, and this isn’t an exception. The developer is releasing thirty free regiments of renown for the races that did not have them, including Bretonnia, Wood Elves, Warriors of Chaos, Beastmen and Norsca. In order to get them, you’ll have to log into your Total War Access account when they’ll release on August 10th.

While listing all the thirty units would take the better part of today, you can see them all in the trailer and images below.

Looks like I’ll have to start another Bretonnian campaign on the 10th, if anything to crush that Norscan scum once and for all. It’s my way to say “welcome aboard.”

If you want to know more about those who will end crushed under the hooves of my valiant knights, you can check out their gameplay trailer, and the announcement cinematic trailer and screenshots.

Total War Warhammer is currently available only for PC, while Total War: Warhammer II will launch on September 28th.

If you want to see more about the new game, you can enjoy a new gameplay video featuring the High Elves a cinematic trailer showing the Dark Elvesthe first gameplay trailer the special editions, a video featuring the High Elf rostera recent in-engine trailer, and the first look at the campaign map.

 /  Executive News Editor
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