Sega’s The Creative Assembly recently began showing off the gameplay for real-time strategy game Total War: Warhammer II, which will have a massive campaign across four continents. We’ve got some video of one of the first battles that the developers are showing. The game is a sequel to last year’s Total War: Warhammer, which debuted in May 2016 […]
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