Total War: Warhammer III Developers Discuss Update 1.1 In Latest Blog
Total War: Warhammer III released in February, 2022 and has continued the long-standing franchise. It was well received by fans and critics alike and today, the developers have released a blog informing players of upcoming plans for the game. Update 1.1 is the first major release that is targeted at fixing gameplay, balance changes and much more. Furthermore, in the blog, Evan Techeira discusses the game’s long-term roadmap and other plans for the title. Total War: Warhammer III is currently available on PC via Steam, MacOS and Linux.
In the upcoming patch, players will see major changes to the Realm of Chaos including gameplay tweaks and bug fixes. The purpose of the changes is to make the Souls race less urgent to give players a chance to approach the battlefield differently. Furthermore, the team intends to make changes to the factions based on the win percentages and dominance of each faction.
The developers will also be releasing a mod manager and enable workshop support alongside Update 1.1. After Update 1.1, the team will continue to work on the game by tackling bugs and gameplay balance. Major updates will be released between the DLC content to address bugs and other adjustments at a faster rate than previous games.
In Total War: Warhammer III, players will take control of a faction and head to the battlefield to take part in tactical warfare. Players must control armies, build bases and harvest resources to conquer their foes.
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