von BK-Christian | 16.05.2021 | eingestellt unter: Warhammer / Age of Sigmar

Total War Warhammer: Neue Previews

Es gibt wieder Material für Fans der alten Welt!

It’s been a few months since the awesome reveal trailer for Total War: Warhammer III, and if you’re anything like us you’re already chomping at the bit for more information. Luckily for us, Ursun provides for his faithful, so feast your eyes on the world premiere of these brand new cinematic and gameplay trailers featuring everyone’s favourite defenders of the frozen north.

There’s a lot going on in the trailer, so we’re going to pick out a few of our favourite things for you to feast your eyes on.

Survival – A New Game Mode

Veteran generals of the Total War: Warhammer series will be familiar with siege battles and the uphill struggle that comes with assaulting an enemy on their home turf. Now you’ll be tested more than ever, as Survival has you fighting through defences and capturing vital areas to plunge deep into the enemy’s heartland.

There’s not enough space on the page to describe everything you’ll be doing in the new game mode, so make sure to watch the gameplay reveal video below and find out everything you can ahead of the game’s release.

Little Grom

While having cannons towed by mere packhorses and pushed into place by their gunners might be good enough for the Empire, the unforgiving nature of war in the frozen north demands a more hardy approach, designed by our very own studio for Warhammer The Old World.

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Instead of horses, the giant gun affectionately named Little Grom is towed by two mighty bears atop a magical carpet of ice – nearby Kislevites are so emboldened by its majesty that they fight even harder than usual in its presence.

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Elemental Bear

The warriors of Kislev believe that, in times of great need, the land itself will rise up in defence of Ursun’s faithful. A massive invasion from the Chaos Wastes undoubtedly qualifies, and so the gigantic Elemental Bears are called from the earth to fight back the tides of daemons.

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Designed by the Warhammer studio, the Elemental Bear is a colossal engine of destruction that embodies everything Kislev’s people hold dear about their homeland. Frankly, there’s no better symbol of Kislev than a giant bear made of ice and stone, and even the daemons of Chaos will know to fear their brute strength and crackling frost magic.

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Before we let you go off to watch over the trailers again, we do have one more thing to share. As you’ll have gathered by now, the Kislev units appearing in Total War: Warhammer III are being designed for Warhammer The Old World by our very own creative team.

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We took a look at one of them last year, the Tsarina’s devoted Ice Guard, and now we want to show you the map of Kislev as it appeared in the time of heroes like Louen Orc-Slayer.

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Alongside the maps of Bretonnia and the Empire that we saw earlier, the landscape of the Old World is starting to come into focus. Let us know on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter what you’re looking forward to most from the frozen north, and keep an eye on Total War’s Facebook and Twitter channels for more information on the game as it appears. You can also pre-order Total War: Warhammer III on Steam and the Epic Games Store now.

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Chefredakteur und Betreiber von Brückenkopf-Online. Seit 2002 im Hobby, erstes Tabletop Warhammer Fantasy (Dunkelelfen). Aktuelle Projekte: Primaris Space Marines, Summoners (alle Fraktionen), Deathmatch, Deadzone/Warpath (Asterianer und Enforcer), diverse Raumschiffe und allerlei Mechs.

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