TOTAL WAR™: WARHAMMER® III RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCED ALONGSIDE XBOX GAME PASS FOR PC PARTNERSHIP AND OG
Thursday, 4 November 2021 — SEGA® Europe, Ltd. today announced that Total War™: WARHAMMER® III will be releasing worldwide 17th of February 2022 on day one with Xbox Game Pass for PC.
“It’s fantastic to finally put a release date on our epic third instalment,” said Chief Product Officer, Rob Bartholomew. “And, in partnering with Xbox Game Pass, we’re able to bring the ruinous powers of Chaos to as many players as possible. May all serve within their glorious embrace.”
The Ogre Kingdoms Race Pack has also been revealed as the early-adopter bonus for the forthcoming title. Any player who orders Total War: WARHAMMER III in advance, or buys it during the first week on sale, will gain access to this additional content for free*.
This Race Pack unleashes the Ogre Kingdoms and their two Legendary Lords – Greasus Goldtooth & Skrag the Slaughterer – into the grand campaign, enabling players to lead an army of colossal warriors and primeval monsters in search of plunder, gold, and meat for their insatiable bellies.
In battle, these brutes excel at bombarding the enemy with long-range firepower before cascading upon their broken ranks with a devastating charge from their monstrous cavalry. Within the campaign they wage bloody war from their nomadic camps deep within the Mountains of Mourn, ever keen to take on bountiful contracts and add illustrious big names to their titles.
Get ready for lootin’, feastin’, and warrin’ with this Ogre Kingdoms announcement trailer: https://youtu.be/5Bbp98oMsjA
For more information about Total War: WARHAMMER III, Xbox Game Pass or the Ogre Kingdoms early-adopter bonus visit the Total War Blog. Pre-order directly from the developers at the Total War: WARHAMMER III store, the Microsoft Store, Steam, Epic Games Store or play it day one with Xbox Game Pass For PC.
*The Ogre Kingdoms early-adopter bonus must be purchased from SEGA accredited retailers. Xbox Game Pass owners can purchase this content separately from the Microsoft Store. See the Total War Blog for more details.