Total War Warhammer II Review: Deep, Engaging Strategy Gaming

The Total War series includes some deep strategy gaming gems, ranging from the original Shogun: Total War to fan favourites such as Rome: Total War and the far more story-driven Napoleon: Total War from 2010.

The latest Total War game is once again set in the Warhammer universe, expanding on the concepts and gameplay from Total War: Warhammer to create a more immersive, engaging, comprehensive and exciting strategy experience.

Total War: Warhammer II includes all of the Total War features fans will have come to expect from the series. There’s a gigantic campaign map that covers a huge amount of territory, fairly smart AI that puts up a real fight and sprawling, engaging battles.

There’s also the economic and research side of war, with research tech and cities offering the chance to improve your technology and gain an advantage against your opponents.

Total War: Warhammer II includes four factions, ranging from High Elves to Dark Elves, Skaven and Lizardmen. Each faction brings with it a unique fighting style and range of advantages, as well as potential weaknesses that make strategic gameplay a must.

As you’d expect from a Total War game, Total War: Warhammer II is built around tuned, highly strategic gameplay. The interface makes managing your units fairly straightforward, while the huge range of micromanagement options allow you to manage your army in incredible detail.

In fact, every aspect of the Total War games feels improved in Warhammer II, with a greater level of control available than in any previous Total War game. Add an engaging, smart single player campaign into the mix and this is arguably the best Total War game yet.

Total War: Warhammer II builds on everything that made the original Total War: Warhammer a great game, delivering a strategic war gaming experience that fans of the series will find a lot to love about.

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