Total War: As we approach the August release of Warhammer 3’s Immortal Empires DLC, Creative Assembly has explained how the revised mega-sized conquest campaign works. We’ve seen a new map that captures the entire Warhammer World with a changed starting position. Latest blog (Opens in a new tab) Creative Assembly introduces some changes to the new legendary lord and the old lord.
The most exciting thing for me at the time as a gatherer of undead troops of plastic and metal was the change to the Vampire Account faction. Previously, the couple in the battle between Vlad Von Carstein and Isabella Von Carstein were both legendary lords. Since you can only have one lord per army, you can start a campaign as one and recruit another by the coalition, but they always lead separate stacks rather than fighting together. increase. In an immortal empire, it’s changing.
As you can see in the blog post, “Unlike other legendary lords, this power couple has an undead marriage, but you can play within the same campaign. If you choose Vlad as the legendary lord, Isabella Will be unlocked automatically. Hero and vice versa. ”This is an A + change and sincerely supports it.
The real big news from this latest update is about Be’lakor, the villain of Total War: Warhammer 3’s Realm of Chaos campaign. This campaign will be playable on Immortal Empires. From his home on the Isle of Wight (I love the name Warhammer), he leads the army with “a wide selection of chaos demons” and abilities that include a corruption mechanism that marks the human lord he defeated. .. Strengthen the rank of his army by turning the souls and eventually them into demon princes. “
Other factions with new starting positions include the dwarven lord Grombrindal heading to Nagaros to fight the dark elves, the Necromancer Hermann Ghost moving east, and the imperial priests leaving for the Crusades to Southland. Includes Volk Marza Grim. Volkmar has a mechanism to power up when sealing dark books called Nagash’s Books scattered throughout the area, and other specific lords will get “individual effects” from them.
Vlad and Isabella’s unruly heirs, Manfred von Carstein, are mentioned as one of those lords, suggesting that he will gain a new starting point nearby. It has already been announced that the two chaos lords, Scarbrand and Kairos Fateweaver, will also move to Southland. Lustriabowl, the messy free nickname of the Mortal Empire, seems to be competing in Southland.