Developer Creative Assembly originally stated that Total War: Warhammer was not going to receive mod support, but has since changed its mind. They are currently working with Games Workshop “on paper word to make this much-demanded fan feature a reality.”


Players will be able to download mods from the Steam Workshop, as well as manage them from the Total War Mod Manager upon day of launch. Another big feature is Creative Assembly’s ‘Assembly Kit’, allowing players to mod their own games. Battle map editing will be a feature to come to the kit later this year.

On top of this, April 27th boasted an announcement from Sega, stating that the previously preorder exclusive Chaos Warriors Race DLC would be available for free during the first week of Total War: Warhammer’s launch. This decision is speculated to come from a huge wave of criticism from fans, who were upset that the Chaos Warriors, an iconic Warhammer race, would only be available to those that preordered.

Total War: Warhammer was originally due to release in April, but has since been pushed back to May 24th.


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