The continual design evolution of one project split over three full games and dozens of expansions makes me hesitant to call Warhammer III a landmark strategy game in its own right. But looking back now at that very first trailer, it does feel like a promise kept.
An inspired ending to the Warhammer trilogy that rather than just adding new factions makes a host of clever additions and changes to the gameplay and structure, in what is one of the great achievements in modern strategy gaming.
The games have been patched very well now; I love it so much. Super addictive, and there have been so many small but noteworthy additions that work.
Like sieges now cause attrition.
If a rival nation lord is parading your lands, you can threaten war if they don’t leave pronto. The new factions are great.
The sieges with supplies introduced a more protected asymmetric warfare for even more trickery with the defending army.
Total War: Warhammer 3’s single-player mode presents us with a tense, challenging, multilayered campaign driven along by a compelling story and a memorable cast of rivals. The Chaos Realms cleverly draw these larger-than-life figures together, so even those from remote corners of the world will be able to test each other's mettle. And while the size of the faction list currently feels a bit disappointing coming from Mortal Empires, all of the newly introduced factions are inventive and just plain fun on the campaign and battle maps. The true test of Warhammer 3 is still to come, when we'll get to play with all the factions from all three games on the massive combined map. But even if that's the main reason you're interested in it, there's plenty of excitement to be had already.
Total War: Warhammer III wrapped up this saga with a colossal and quintessential experience, that feels like the end of this world. Hands down, it's the best one in the franchise and one of the 2022 Game of the Year contenders.
The Games Workshop franchise is particularly well-suited to Total War, which gets rid of its realistic and historical aspect to become crazier. Fantastic spells and demonic creatures are present, and it works well. In addition, Total War Warhammer 3 has the merit of offering us a quality scripted prologue, just to welcome novices as it should.
Warhammer 3 opens strongly. The narrative hook of the prologue sinks deep and the raft of tweaks to the strategic layer and tactical battles are all welcome. But it can't sustain the early momentum. The endgame objectives feel like a distraction, even though they're the main point, and serve only to diminish the entire campaign. The factions all have different reasons for wanting the endgame MacGuffin, but none of those motivations make a difference to how the campaign plays out. They're all trapped in the same Chaos Realm, going through the same motions, in pursuit of the same unsatisfying win conditions. In the end, Total War: Warhammer 3 is a good game--there just isn't a good reason to see it through to the bitter end.
Très bon jeu de stratégie avec des combats et un mode campagne bien réalisés. J'enlève -1 pour la note car il y avait d'énormes problèmes d'optimisation au début mais il n'y en a plus beaucoup malgré des latences et des pertes de connexion à certains moments notamment pour les campagnes en coop.
Has the potential to be great, but is too flawed in it's execution. The launch was unforgivable, missed the chance to make this one of the best strategy games ever made and turned into just another good strategy game
The Game offers epic battles with many races and a beautiful lore. I love how the Studio is trying to make the best out of this Game and continues to listen to the Community. As a Slaaneshi Player i am very pleased with Most of the Units. As a Suggestion it would be very nice if you could buff Chosen of Slaanesh because they feel very weak and disapointing. I know you are doing ur best guys keep on the good work!
I wasn't the biggest fan of Warhammer 2, not because it was bad, but because I wasn't that interested in that category of game. Nonetheless, it was extremely well-made and made me appreciate that genre of game. This however, did not. The storyline is boring, the fact that you don't have to be the best kingdom to conquer and win, you just have to be the first to get 4 stones is beyond boring. It also takes forever to load anything in multiplayer, not sure if that's the same in singleplayer. Definitely not worth the price, just give Warhammer 2.
SummaryFar beyond the world and its petty wars there exists a dimension of pure, malevolent magic: The Realm of Chaos. It is a terrible place, incomprehensible to the mortal mind. It whispers promises of power, but to behold it is to be seduced by it. To relinquish your soul to it. To become it.
The four Ruinous Powers rule over this place, ...