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Update 2: They are now both available for Linux.
Update: It seems someone pressed the SteamOS button far too early. Feral have confirmed to me they are coming, but not yet. Just another day of SteamOS icons showing too early.

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Total War: WARHAMMER [Steam] has two new free content packs available to download and one of them has quite a few features!

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First up is the 'Total War: WARHAMMER - Bretonnia' content pack, which is rammed full of free stuff for you:
- New playable race for Grand Campaign, with expanded roster for custom and multiplayer battles
- Free download for all existing Total War: WARHAMMER (including Old World Edition) owners
- Embark on campaigns as three new Legendary Lords: Louen Leoncoeur (Bretonnia), Alberic (Bordeleaux), and The Fay Enchantress (Carcassonne)
- Chivalry, Peasant Economy and Knightly Vows impart the flavour of the Bretonnian race through meaningful new gameplay mechanics
- Summon the legendary Green Knight when the need is dire
- Comprehensive new Bretonnian army roster
- Errantry Wars endgame objective pits you against your foes in cataclysmic battle

The second is the 'Total War: WARHAMMER - Isabella von Carstein' pack, which isn't quite so full of content as it's mainly a new leader for the campaigns.

Fantastic to two absolutely free content packs released. Considering the game was already full of features, this is really great to see. You can't argue against free content! I know their DLC model can be a little iffy, but this is a good step in the right direction.

Good work by Feral Interactive on a prompt release for Linux gamers too, as both packs were supported Day-1 on Linux. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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Purple Library Guy 1 Mar, 2017
Well, the trailer was very cool and I really like the whole Arthurian Mythic Chivalry vibe. But I gotta say, it seems very un-Warhamster-ish. Warhammer has always had this distinctive British cynical somewhat-punkish sensibility.
Adinimys 1 Mar, 2017
What ? Bretonnia not Warhammerish ? What xD They have been a part of Warhammer lore from years now...
And there is a lot of diversity in the factions, what you are describing could fit the Empire or the Skavens but you'll hardly describe the Tomb Kings, Lizardmen or... Bretonnianslike this (except for the cynical part because there is still a lot of caricature and cynisism in the depiction of these proud knights exploiting the poor peasants while still showing only contempt for them).
MintedGamer 1 Mar, 2017
It does look like its a lot of content, the update is 1.9GB
Purple Library Guy 1 Mar, 2017
Quoting: AdinimysWhat ? Bretonnia not Warhammerish ? What xD They have been a part of Warhammer lore from years now...
And there is a lot of diversity in the factions, what you are describing could fit the Empire or the Skavens but you'll hardly describe the Tomb Kings, Lizardmen or... Bretonnianslike this (except for the cynical part because there is still a lot of caricature and cynisism in the depiction of these proud knights exploiting the poor peasants while still showing only contempt for them).
Well, I must admit last time I paid much attention to Warhammer was in the 90s or so, probably early 90s at that. At the time . . . Empire, Skavens, Dwarves, Goblins-and-whatnot, Chaos-Whatever, not Elves as such but the way they always talked about them . . . it was all very much fantasy through a modern-British-working-class-punk-taking-the-piss kind of lens. British gaming and such was all kind of like that at the time.
I guess maybe Warhammer has changed in the last 25 years.


Last edited by Purple Library Guy on 1 March 2017 at 7:49 pm UTC
Adinimys 1 Mar, 2017
Quoting: MintedGamerIt does look like its a lot of content, the update is 1.9GB

Well it makes sense because the majority of the units (and the map) were already there, just not playable in the campaign
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