With the ultimate chapter within the Complete Struggle: Warhammer trilogy launching precisely every week from now, we ought to be giddily wanting ahead to what’s in retailer: 4 factions of Chaos Gods bashing on the gates of mortal lands within the beforehand unexplored realms of Kislev and Cathay. By no means earlier than has a Warhammer recreation spoiled us with such a glut of beautiful new content material.
However simply because the earlier Complete Struggle: Warhammer video games launched new and sudden factions as DLC, we will not assist however marvel what DLC factions await this time spherical. In line with principal author Andy Corridor, it is not wanting prone to be Ind, Khuresh or Nippon.
In an interview with YouTuber ItalianSpartacus (through PCGamesN), Andy Corridor began off with a secure ‘by no means say by no means’ chorus when requested about these three factions. However then he let slip a extra definitive reply:
“Persons are type of desperately hanging on for one in every of these different nations,” he instructed ItalianSpartacus. “Don’t lose any sleep; it’s not taking place anytime quickly. Most likely by no means, I’m afraid. Cathay was an excellent coup for us. Doesn’t imply it’s going to be repeated.”
In order that most likely places an finish to that line of hypothesis, however Corridor is completely proper in declaring that bringing Cathay (and Kislev, to an extent) to the sport alongside Video games Workshop as they had been designing the faction is a big achievement. Complete Struggle: Warhammer III is already taking us to the not often charted Ogre Kingdoms, Kislev, Grand Cathay, and realms of four distinct Chaos Gods. Gamers will already be handled to loads of sights and warfare eventualities that can have a really totally different really feel from earlier Warhammer video games.
In fact, that narrows down the chances about what sort of DLC we can anticipate within the recreation. When we asked producer Ian Roxburgh about DLC final October, he mentioned: “Actually padding out the fringes round Cathay, there’s lots to return sooner or later there.”