Enthusiasts of the Total War series might be happy to hear that in addition to Total War: Warhammer 2, Creative Assembly is hard at work on the next historical component.
Michael Whelan, using the Total War blog, explained on April 5, 2017, that the improvement crew at Creative Assembly is divided into two crews. The first unit is laboring on the follow-up to 2016’s Total War: Warhammer. The second crew is assigned to the subsequent historical addition to the chain.
Location, factions, and the time period are being kept under wraps, Whelan wrote, adding those parts have not been tasked as yet, so they want to ensure they get it correct.
Prior to that was Total War: Shogun II (2011) and Total War: Rome (2013). The latest historical Total War game was Total War: Attila released in February 2015. Two sequences, Total War: Rome II and Total War: Shogun II was released in 2013 and 2011, respectively.
Warhammer II was announced March 31, 2017, using a certified trailer. However, a release date was not published, although it will be in 2017, OnlySP reported.
Creative Assembly is a video game designer and a branch of Sega familiar to players of its real-time strategy series.
Check it out – this is the official launch trailer for the most recent historical-based Total War title, before the studio branched out into the fantasy Warhammer universe.