>Do I need the original game to play Total War: WARHAMMER II?
>No, you don’t need the first game in the trilogy in order to play WARHAMMER II. However, if you do own the first game as well as the WARHAMMER II, you’ll also be able to choose to play on a huge new combined campaign map (see below). So owners of both games will have three large and different campaign maps to choose from.
>What do I get if I own both WARHAMMER I and WARHAMMER II?
>If you own both games you get 3 huge campaign maps; the original one featuring the Old World, a new one featuring the New World and the Vortex, and a Combined Campaign map featuring both of those areas joined together. If you own any DLC or Free-LC for WARHAMMER I (like the Chaos Warriors, Wood Elves and Beastmen, or Lord Packs) you’ll also still have access to their unique narrative campaigns of course, and will be able to play as those races in both the Old World campaign and the new Combined Campaign.
>What’s going on with the mega combined campaign you talked about before?
>For owners of both WARHAMMER I and WARHAMMER II, our first content release shortly after launch (free of course) will be a vast, combined campaign map representing the geographical areas of both games in a single map. This will allow you to start epic campaigns as any owned race (including any DLC races you own). This will be shortly after launch, weeks not months, and will be our very first content release.
>Why won’t the Combined Campaign be available right at launch?
>The Vortex campaign, with its dedicated narrative, unique features, mechanics and flavour, is a big project in its own right. The Combined Campaign will be truly vast. Each requires significant playtesting and balancing. This being the most complex Total War campaign we will have released to date, we’d like to plan have a short period of open beta testing just before we release it, this requires WARHAMMER II to be out and for players to be familiar with all the new races and features.
>How will the third game add to this?
>We will let you know in due course.
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