Total War: WARHAMMER III – Review

Our Score: 9/10

Total War: WARHAMMER III is the cataclysmic conclusion to the Total War: WARHAMMER trilogy. Rally your forces and step into the Realm of Chaos. A dimension of mind-bending horror where the very fate of the world will be decided. Will you conquer your Daemons… or command them?

The End of War

The final roar of a dying god shatters the world’s barrier, allowing access to the Realm of Chaos. The four Ruinous Powers – Khorne, Nurgle, Tzeentch, and Slaanesh – burst from this whirlpool, spreading darkness and despair.

As an enraged Daemon Prince vows to kill those who perverted him, the austere warriors of Kislev and the great kingdom of Grand Cathay wait at the doorway. The impending confrontation will swallow everyone. Will you be able to defeat your demons? Or do you want to command them?

Raise an army and dominate in epic real-time conflicts throughout a universe of astounding scale and spectacle with seven unique races and hundreds of units at your command.
Enter a gripping narrative that will transport you to the mind-bending Realm of Chaos and back in the most ambitious and groundbreaking Total War title to date. Build your empire in a sandbox strategy game where no two campaigns are ever the same.

Pick Your Side

Assume the role of one of ten legendary lords! Will you join the Chaos Gods as one of their Daemon Champions, play as an ancient morphing Dragon from Grand Cathay, defend Kislev as the Ice Queen, or act as the ultimate villain as the Daemon Prince? Customize the Daemon Prince with a vast array of body parts and abilities, resulting in billions of possible combinations to suit your own playstyle.

Spread the Pain

Furthermore multiplayer is presently more popular than it has ever been. There’s no shortage of ways to sow mayhem with friends with the massive 8-player Realm of Chaos multiplayer campaign, the furious 1 v 1 Domination mode, the story-driven multiplayer campaigns centered on Kislev and Grand Cathay, and ranked & custom skirmishes.

War Never Changes

Off the battlefield, there are plenty of surprises as well. As you progress over the globe, you’ll come across various biomes, each with its own set of characteristics. . From the verdant swamplands of the Nurgle to the bleeding ruined wastelands of the Khorne. The visual landscape is influenced by the corruption mechanics, just as it is in Total War: Warhammer and Total War: Warhammer II. The environment will transform to shades of grey and blue as more of the darker groups take settlements on the map. The end product is a vibrant patchwork of hues. Additionally each biome, however, has its own faction armies and heroes that roam the map.


The game’s UI was the only clumsy visual. In comparison to Total War: Warhammer II, the user interface has been redesigned in a dark red colour, and certain buttons have been relocated to inconvenient locations. As a result, finding a specific button or overview can be difficult. When all you want to do is concentrate on the battle or mission at hand, this might be aggravating. It may take some time with the new UI. However, in the grand scheme of things, it isn’t a deal breaker.

Final Verdict

In conclusion, Total War: Warhammer III is a phenomenal sequel that is starting out incredibly strong. There’s so much content already here for hundreds of hours of gameplay. And that will only increase as more content is added along with the mode that bridges all three games.

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