THE END TIMES ARE NIGH! This is a dark age, a bloody age, an age of Daemons and sorcery, of battle and death until the world's ending. These are the End Times. This is Total War.
Factions; Araby, Tomb Kings, Altdorf, Middenheim, Brettonia, Kislev, High Elves, Wood Elves, Dark Elves, Hordes of Chaos, Dwarfs, Undead, Chaos Dwarfs, City of Luccini, Skaven, Beastmen, Ogre Kingdoms, Dragon Islanders, Hordes of Chaos, Orcs & Goblins, Lizardmen
Includes full detailed campaign map of the Warhammer world, new unit rosters and models, huge range of new buildings, and more.
This really is it, folks! The very final release of Warhammer: Total War for RTW 1.5, over half a decade in the making, is here. With a totally packed unit roster, a host of new features, a major UI overhaul, and much more besides, the End Times are now in the Rome: Total War engine as you've never seen them before. With over 250 unique units, over 150 provinces on a map stretching from the Chaos Wastes to Lustria and from Naggaroth to the Mountains of Mourn, a vast range of new buildings available, and all factions fully playable, the new release promises a vastly improved gameplay experience. The benefits of the vast modding experience applied to this final version can be felt as well, with magicians and new monsters and war machines including the mighty stegadon and powerful Steam Tank available for you to command.
Full installation instructions are provided on the forum and in the readme supplied: please use the official forum for any further installation queries. Finally, thankyou to everyone who's supported us, and enjoy the mod!
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