Total War Battles: Warhammer soon on mobile

Total War Battles: Warhammer soon on mobile

There is strength in numbers and three giants have decided to join forces for a major project. Indeed, NetEase, Games Workshop and Creative Assembly will work hand in hand on the mobile game Total War Battles: Warhammer. This crossover between the Warhammer and Total War universes looks like it will be a Dantean experience. Unfortunately, there is no official release date for the game yet, but a closed beta is expected before the end of 2020. For the impatient, you can already pre-register on the official website.

While waiting for the worldwide release which should take place during 2021, a first trailer is available to make the community salivate. In his words, it's an opportunity to have all the richness of Warhammer worlds in the palm of your hand.

The trailer of the game Total War Battles: Warhammer

A Discord has also been created for the occasion, where you can find all the latest news.

A sure success for this mobile game Total War Battles: Warhammer?

At the moment, not many details are known about the mobile game Total War Battles: Warhammer. But when you look at the pedigree of the players involved, you can only trust this strategic mobile game project. Total War has been a successful licence for twenty years now. After debuting on the PC with Shogun: Total War (2000), the series has gradually tackled the mobile game market. It proved itself there with Rome: Total War, which arrived on iOS in 2016, then on Android in 2019 and now intends to confirm its presence by relying on the well-known Warhammer universe.

The Warhammer franchise is currently making headlines with its mobile game Warhammer Quest: Silver Towerwhich has just received an expansion. However, Total War Battles: Warhammer will offer a very different gameplay. Strategy will also be involved, but the epic battles will take place in real time rather than at turn-based.

Total War Battles: Warhammer mobile
Ready to experience epic battles from your mobile?

Big goals

In any case, the developers are making no secret of the fact and the aim is to make this new mobile game a big success. Rob Bartholomew, Creative Assembly's Chief Product Officer, has set the bar high. In his own words, he wants to "give millions of new players the opportunity to discover the grandeur and glory" of the Warhammer universe. In any case, that's all the happiness we wish him.

In any case, the game will feature the Unreal Engine 4 for maximum fluidity. We hope that the graphics will have the same quality as the trailer!

Tipsalewo A cocktail of mobile gaming,esport and K-PoP. Not tryhard enough to become a pro player, I am content with being the minstrel who tells the stories.

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