Sega has officially announced the release date of Total War: Warhammer 3. We’ve also confirmed that the game will appear on the Xbox Game Pass for PC at launch.

so Update to that website, Sega announced that Total War: Warhammer 3 will be released on February 17, 2022 and will be available to Xbox Games Pass subscribers on the first day.

“It’s great to finally set a release date for our spectacular third installation,” said Rob Bartholomew, Chief Product Officer at Creative Assembly. “And by partnering with the Xbox Game Pass, we can bring the devastating power of chaos to as many players as possible. Everything can serve in their illustrious embrace.”

The official release date news for the game comes after Creative Assembly previously told fans that it would postpone the release of the game from late 2021 to early 2022. As part of a previous announcement, the studio explained that this would allow the team to achieve much more. Use the game before launch to avoid situations where fans receive a rush version of the final product.

For those who haven’t subscribed to the Xbox Game Pass but want to get Total War: Warhammer 3, there are many ways to get the game.Apart from being able to book directly from Creative assembly As such, fans can also get a copy of Warhammer 3 at many third-party storefronts, including: vapor, NS Microsoft store, And that Epic games store..

As part of the update, Sega also confirmed that the game will launch with an early adopter bonus. The Ogre Kingdoms Race pack is available to anyone who pre-purchased the game or purchased it in the first week after its release.

Total War: Warhammer3-Screenshot of May 2021

This pack adds Ogre Kingdoms and its two legendary lords, Greasus Goldtooth & Skrag the Slaughterer, to the Grand Campaign. This allows players to “lead an army of giant warriors and primitive monsters in search of looting, money and flesh for their insatiable belly.”

Ogre Kingdoms Early Adopter Bonuses are free when purchased from retail stores, but Xbox Game Pass subscribers do not have automatic access to the pack at launch. Instead, platform subscribers who want to get additional content must purchase the content separately from the Microsoft Store.

Total War: Warhammer 3 has finally made Ogre Kingdoms playable, but it’s arguably the least exciting of all factions. In the next game in the series, Grand Cathay will be added to the mix. This is an empire from Warhammer lore that wasn’t seen on the table top, so don’t worry about it in video games. Against them and Kislev is the power of chaos, including those who follow the god of change, Zenchi. You can check them out in the trailer below:

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