Early Adopter Bonus for Total War: Warhammer II revealed

Early Adopter Bonus for Total War: Warhammer II revealed

Today, Creative Assembly has announced that Barbarian Norscans is the last playable breed to be added to Total War : Warhammer. Anyone pre-ordering Total War: Warhammer II prior to release via a SEGA approved store or purchasing it in the first week after release will receive the Norsca Race Pack for Total War: Warhammer free of charge.

In the high north lies the Norsca Peninsula, where barbaric tribes honor the dark gods by hunting and plundering. Hardened by the constant snowstorms and monsters in this bitter wilderness, Norscans only live for the battle. This DLC introduces two new playable factions, both led by unique legendary lords. Players can hunt monsters, command the cruel units, including War Mammoths and Skin Wolves, and build tower-high monoliths to favor the dark gods.

Shortly after the launch of Total War: Warhammer II, a huge free update will be available to owners of both games. A new combined campaign folder allows players to conquer both the old and new world with each race from both the basic games and the DLC that the player owns. After the release, Norsca will also be added to this update.

In addition to the digital edition of Total War: Warhammer II, an extremely rare Serpent God collector’s edition is also available as pre-order. More information about this can be found through this link. Please remind that the Norsca Race Pack is only available at SEGA approved stores; Ask in stores or look via this link for an extensive list of digital retailers and more information about what SEGA approved retailers are.

The Norsca Race Pack will be playing in the first part of the trilogy from August 10, ahead of the release of Total War: Warhammer II on September 28th.

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