Total War: Warhammer III – Game

About Total War: Warhammer III – Game

Total War: Warhammer III System Requirements


  • CPU: Intel i3/Ryzen 3 series
  • RAM: 6 GB
  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • VIDEO CARD: Nvidia GTX 900/AMD RX 400 series | Intel Iris Xe Graphics

Total War: Warhammer III System Requirements


  • CPU: Intel i5/Ryzen 5 series
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • VIDEO CARD: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti/AMD RX 5600-XT

Total War: Warhammer III Game Details

Total War: Warhammer IIIĀ is aĀ turn-based strategyĀ andĀ real-time tacticsĀ video gameĀ developed byĀ Creative AssemblyĀ and published byĀ Sega. It is part of theĀ Total WarĀ series, and the third to be set inĀ Games Workshop’sĀ Warhammer FantasyĀ fictional universe (following 2016’sĀ Total War: WarhammerĀ and 2017’sĀ Total War: Warhammer II). The game was announced on February 3, 2021 and was released on February 17, 2022.


Like its predecessors,Ā Total War: Warhammer IIIĀ featuresĀ turn-based strategyĀ andĀ real-time tacticsĀ gameplay similar to other games in theĀ Total WarĀ series.

In the campaign, players move armies around the map and manage settlements in a turn-based manner. Players engage in diplomacy with, and fight against, AI-controlled factions. When armies meet, they battle in real-time. The game will also have a custom battles mode where players can create customised real-time battles, as well as online multiplayer battles. Those who own races from the first two games will have the same races unlocked for multiplayer in the third game; a combined world map, named “Immortal Empires”, similar to the “Mortal Empires” campaign inĀ Total War: Warhammer II for owners of the first two games. Immortal Empires released as a Beta on August 23, 2022 with patch 2.0.

The races announced with the game are the human civilizations of Grand Cathay (based onĀ Imperial China) and Kislev (based onĀ Medieval Russia), and five Chaos factions – four devoted to each of theĀ Chaos GodsĀ (Khorne, Tzeentch, Nurgle, and Slaanesh), and the Daemons of Chaos, led by a Daemon Prince that can be customized by earning “Daemonic Glory” through the course of the campaign. Another race, theĀ Ogre Kingdoms, was made available to “early adopters” (those who pre-purchased the game before release, or purchased within the first week after release).

The main campaign takes place within the Realm of Chaos, said to be the source of all magic in theĀ Warhammer FantasyĀ setting. Game director Ian Roxburgh has said the campaign map will be “twice the size” of the Eye of the Vortex campaign map that appeared inĀ Total War: Warhammer II.



During the end of winter in the lands of Kislev, Ursun, the Bear-God, would break winter with his roar and bring forth summer. One day, however, Ursun vanished, and for seven years Kislev has suffered an unending winter. The Barkov brothers, Yuri and Gerik, are sent by Tzarina Katarin on an expedition north to search for the missing god. During his prayer, Yuri hears Ursun’s voice. Ursun claims that he has been imprisoned in the Howling Citadel, located in the Chaos Wastes.

Yuri travels with his brother and his army to the Chaos Wastes to free his god, but is slowly corrupted by Chaos in his methods to reach Ursun’s prison. Eventually, Yuri murders his brother, Gerik, and offers his skull to a Greater Daemon of Khorne to build a bridge of skulls to cross the Howling Citadel. Yuri and his army reach the Howling Citadel, and after defeating a chaos-corrupted Boyar and his forces guarding the citadel’s entrance, Yuri enters a portal to the Realm of Chaos.

After emerging from the portal, Yuri finds the imprisoned Ursun, and is greeted by Be’lakor (voiced byĀ Richard Armitage), the first of the Daemon Princes. Be’lakor reveals that it was he who guided Yuri by mimicking Ursun’s voice. Ursun begs Yuri to free him, but Be’lakor manipulates Yuri into thinking that Ursun is weak and unworthy of his worship, tempting him to kill the god and take his power for himself. Yuri renounces Ursun and shoots a Chaos-imbued bullet into the Bear-God’s heart, and Ursun roars in pain. The resulting backlash hurls Yuri back to the material plane, with Yuri crashing into the ground severely wounded. Dying, Yuri offers his soul to the Chaos Gods and begs them to save him. The Chaos Gods answer his plea and ascend him into a Daemon Prince.

The Realm of Chaos

After the events of the prologue, Be’lakor has imprisoned the wounded Ursun in the Forge of Souls, located within the Realm of Chaos. Despising the Chaos Gods for taking away his power and physical form, Be’lakor plans to use Ursun’s power to take his revenge. Ursun’s pained roars have torn the fabric of reality, opening rifts between the material world and the Realm of Chaos and creating a maelstrom that has stranded Daemons in the mortal plane.

A character known as the Advisor (who provided the tutorials in the previous two games) has been enslaved by a corrupted book known as the Tome of Fates, bearing a curse of the Chaos God Tzeentch. He is able to use the book to offer counsel to others, but never for his own gain; however, he has learned that he can free himself from the book with a single drop of Ursun’s blood. He goes to several factions seeking allies to achieve his goals, offering to guide them into the Realm of Chaos to find Ursun:

The rulers of the Tzardom of Kislev wish to free their god and put an end to the eternal winter that scours their land, though tensions are fraught between the Ice Court, led by Tzarina Katarin Bokha, aided by her secret society of Ice Witches, and the Great Orthodoxy, led by Supreme Patriarch Kostaltyn, who believes Katarin to be an unworthy ruler, too focused on magic and politics instead of devotion. During the campaign, a side quest unlocked by controlling the three main Kislevite cities (Kislev, Praag and Erengrad) allows either faction to rescue and awaken Katarin’s father Boris Ursus, the Red Tzar and High Priest of Ursun, from his icy slumber in the Frozen Falls, unlocking Boris and his faction, the Ursun Revivalists, as a playable faction for future campaigns.

The dragon siblings of the Empire of Grand Cathay, Miao Ying the Storm Dragon (who controls the Northern Provinces) and Zhao Ming the Iron Dragon (who controls the Western Provinces), are unconcerned about Ursun’s fate, believing themselves to be older and wiser than any god. However, they are still convinced to free Ursun, as the Bear-God is the only one who can inform them of the whereabouts of their missing sister Shen-Zoo, bringer of light and hope, who disappeared in Norsca long before.

The greedy, gluttonous Ogres of the Ogre Kingdoms in the Mountains of Mourn, led by the Overtyrant Greasus Goldtooth and the Prophet of the Great Maw, Skrag the Slaughterer, care little for the politics and conflict between Order and Chaos, but still desire to reach Ursun to feast on his divine flesh, and feed the remainders to their own god, the ravenous, eldritch entity known as the Great Maw.

The Daemons of Chaos each have their desires for Ursun. Skarbrand the Exiled One, greatest of all Bloodthirsters, wants Ursun’s skull so he can gift it to Khorne, the Chaos God of Blood and War, in order to earn forgiveness for his betrayal in the past. Kairos Fateweaver, the two-headed Lord of Change and Oracle of Tzeentch, the Chaos God of Sorcery and Deception, plans to take Ursun’s eyes to be able to see the present, as he can only perceive the past and future. Ku’Gath Plaguefather, greatest of the Great Unclean Ones of Nurgle, the Chaos God of Disease and Decay, wants to use Ursun’s corpse to brew a great plague known as a God-Pox. N’kari the Arch-Tempter, most favoured of the Keepers of Secrets of Slaanesh, the Chaos God of Excess and Desire, wishes to delight in Ursun’s eternal sorrow. Yuri Barkov, now a Daemon Prince known as the God-Slayer and leading the Daemons of Chaos Undivided, seeks to finish what he started by truly slaying Ursun and taking revenge on Be’lakor for his manipulations.

In order to reach the Forge of Souls where Ursun is imprisoned, each faction must travel to the Realm of Chaos, invade each of the four Chaos Gods’ domains and capture the soul of a Daemon Prince bound to them. As the factions battle for the Daemon Princes’ souls, it is revealed that Be’lakor intends to absorb Ursun’s divine power once he dies to transform himself into the Chaos God of Shadows. With an army of Soul Grinders created in the Forge of Souls, he will destroy the four Chaos Gods and rule unchallenged.

Once all four souls of the Daemon Princes have been captured, Ursun finally dies. As Be’lakor undergoes his ascension to godhood, the Advisor uses the souls of the Daemon Princes to create a bridge leading to the Forge of Souls. The player’s faction battles Be’lakor’s army before finally slaying the Dark Master and preventing his ascension. After the final battle, the fate of Ursun and the player’s faction is revealed:

  • The leaders of Kislev mourn the loss of Ursun, believing that with their God dead, Kislev will fall. However, Ursun is revived by their devotion, and with his roar, he puts an end to Kislev’s endless winter. This is considered the canonical ending.
  • The dragon siblings of Cathay use spirit magic to speak to Ursun, and before fading from existence, he clues them to the location of their missing sister.
  • The Ogres butcher and feast on Ursun’s carcass, and feed its remains to their deity, the Great Maw, briefly quelling its eternal, gnawing hunger.
  • Skarbrand delivers the bear-god’s skull to Khorne. Whilst the Blood God revels in such a worthy offering, he does not forgive Skarbrand for his betrayal, rendering Skarbrand’s efforts in vain.
  • Kairos takes Ursun’s eyes, and with the sight of a god he is finally capable of viewing the past, present and future.
  • Ku’Gath uses Ursun’s corpse as the final ingredient to brew the ultimate plague, a God-Pox capable of infecting the gods themselves.
  • N’kari captures the last remains of Ursun’s spirit, basking in the god’s anguish at Kislev’s demise.
  • The God-Slayer takes what power remains from Ursun’s corpse, allowing him to ascend to godhood and becoming Kislev’s new tyrannical ruler.

The epilogue has the Advisor freed of his slavery from the Tome of Fates, and he is joined by a white crow. However, when he attempts to read the book, his sight is stolen, and the white crow is revealed to be a Greater Daemon of Tzeentch, known as Sarthorael the Everwatcher, with the Daemon binding the Advisor to his service. The epilogue also reveals that the game takes place before the events of the first game.

Champions of Chaos

For millennia, the servants of the Chaos Gods have clashed in the ancient city of Zanbaijin, the souls of the fallen in these vicious conflicts sealed within the Altar of Battle at the city’s heart. Now, Ursun’s pained roars have weakened the seal of the Altar of Battle, and the myriad warrior-souls of bygone eras within it lay ripe for the taking; an amount that could forever change the balance of power between the four Chaos Gods. Thus, each of the gods commands one of their greatest champions to reach the city of Zanbaijin.

Azazel, the debauched Prince of Damnation, who was once a follower of Sigmar until he betrayed his lord and pledged loyalty to Slaanesh, leads the Ecstatic Legions. Festus the Leechlord, a demented Imperial physician cursed by Nurgle with knowledge of all diseases and their cures, leads the Fecundites. Vilitch the Curseling, a wretched sorcerer fused by Tzeentch to the hulking body of his warrior twin Thomin, leads the Puppets of Misrule. Valkia the Bloody, a warrior queen ascended by Khorne as his chosen consort, leads the Legion of the Gorequeen. These champions will force open the still-healing scars created by Ursunā€™s roar to forge a path towards the Fallen City, where they will shatter the seal on the Altar of Battles and claim the souls within for their patron god.

The final battle for the Altar pits the player’s chosen champion against the armies of the other three, one at a time. However, when the last champion is defeated, the player is forced to confront Archaon the Everchosen, who seeks to prevent the player champion’s god from gaining primacy over the others and disrupting his effort to bring about the End Times. If the player manages to defeat Archaon, the ritual is completed, and the souls are claimed, letting their patron deity become ascendant.


The Creative Assembly LimitedĀ (trade name:Ā Creative Assembly) is a BritishĀ video game developerĀ based inĀ Horsham, founded in 1987 by Tim Ansell. In its early years, the company worked onĀ portingĀ games toĀ MS-DOSĀ fromĀ AmigaĀ andĀ ZX SpectrumĀ platforms, later working withĀ Electronic ArtsĀ to produce a variety of games under theĀ EA SportsĀ brand. In 1999, the company had sufficient resources to attempt a new and original project, proceeding to develop the strategy computer gameĀ Shogun: Total WarĀ which was a critical and commercial hit, and is regarded as a benchmark strategy game. Subsequent titles in theĀ Total WarĀ seriesĀ built on the success ofĀ Shogun: Total War, increasing the company’s critical and commercial success.

In March 2005, Creative Assembly was acquired byĀ Sega; the studio now is a part of Sega Europe, which also comprisesĀ Sports Interactive,Ā Relic Entertainment,Ā Amplitude StudiosĀ andĀ Two Point Studios. An Australian branch was operated fromĀ Fortitude Valley, QueenslandĀ as Sega Studios Australia. Under Sega, furtherĀ Total WarĀ titles were developed, and Creative Assembly entered theĀ consoleĀ market withĀ action-adventure gamesĀ such asĀ Spartan: Total Warrior,Ā Viking: Battle for AsgardĀ andĀ Alien: Isolation.

Feral InteractiveĀ is a BritishĀ video games developerĀ andĀ publisherĀ forĀ macOS,Ā Linux,Ā iOS,Ā Android,Ā Nintendo Switch andĀ Microsoft WindowsĀ platforms. It was founded in 1996 to bring games toĀ MacĀ and specialises in porting games to different platforms.

Feral have partnered with publishers likeĀ Square Enix Europe,Ā 2K Games,Ā SegaĀ Europe,Ā Warner Bros. Interactive EntertainmentĀ andĀ CodemastersĀ to port and publish their games for platforms that the publishers themselves are not supporting. It has offered its games on digital download services likeĀ Direct2DriveĀ since 2011.


February 17, 2022

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