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New Total War: Warhammer II Trailer Gives First Look on the Campaign Map

The Creative Assembly provides a first look on the lush campaign map of Total War: Warhammer II.

June 21, 2017

The Creative Assembly and Sega released today a new trailer of their upcoming strategy game Total War: Warhammer II.

The trailer gives a first look on the campaign map, which is set across the island of Ulthuan and the lush jungles of Lustria, dotted with ancient ruins and unknown perils.

Incidentally, this isn’t the only map on the table. Shortly after release, those who purchased both games will receive a grand campaign mega-map including landscape spanning from the Old World to Lustria, with all the races playable.

While the trailer focuses mostly on High Elves and Lizardmen, the game will also feature Dark Elves and Skaven, even if The Creative Assembly hasn’t announced the ratmen officially just yet, and for some reason they appear to think that they’re being subtle about them. They were hinted so heavily in the original trailer that there is no Warhammer fan worth his salt that actually missed the clue.

You can check out the video below. If you want to see more, you enjoy the first gameplay trailer the special editions, a video featuring the High Elf roster, and a recent in-engine trailer.

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