Total War: Warhammer developer Creative Assembly has revealed its post-launch plans for the game and, besides a gigantic list of paid-for DLC planned for the months following release day, the studio’s also got a bunch of completely free content in the works for fans to enjoy.
You can see the full details on all of the planned future content by heading over to the Total War blog, but here’s a condensed, general overview for those of you who don’t have time to read an essay-length post.
Contain new Legendary Lords and supporting units and characters for existing playable races.
Introduce a new playable Race to the game, either as a first appearance, or adding a full Unit roster, Heroes, Lords and playable Legendary Lords to non-playable existing races in the core game.
For use in the Grand Campaign and Multiplayer, but also add a new Challenge Campaign to the game. These are self-contained Campaigns themed on an epic event from the Warhammer Lore.
As for the forthcoming free DLC for Total War: Warhammer, Creative Assembly haven’t provided any specific details on release dates for each or how much content each one will come packed with, but they did provide a handy image that provides a brief glimpse at the sorts of things you can expect. Check it out below.
Total War: Warhammer releases May 24 for PC and, if you pre-order, you’ll get access to the Chaos Warriors faction as a bonus. Creative has also been releasing developer diary videos over the last few weeks, the latest having showcased the Terrorghiest and Vargheist monsters that swear allegiance to the Vampire Counts faction.