Total War: Warhammer III Nurgle vs Slaanesh Gameplay

Total War: Warhammer III Nurgle vs Slaanesh Gameplay

Creative Assembly have shared new Total War: Warhammer III Nurgle vs Slaanesh gameplay, showing off a large battle between the Nurgle and the Slaanesh armies.

This new trailer shows a chunk of gameplay, detailing a battle between the forces of Nurgle and Slaanesh. The battle is from the perspective of Ku’gath Plaguefather, one of the Lord of Decay’s most favored greater daemons, as he defends Nurgle’s carefully cultivated garden of disease and pestilence against an invasion by the depraved followers of the Dark Prince.

Here’s the Total War: Warhammer III Nurgle vs Slaanesh gameplay:

In case you missed it, you can find a previous video introducing both factions here.

You can find the rundown (via Steam) below:

Far beyond the world and its petty wars there exists a dimension of pure, malevolent magic: The Realm of Chaos. It is a terrible place, incomprehensible to the mortal mind. It whispers promises of power, but to behold it is to be seduced by it. To relinquish your soul to it. To become it.

The four Ruinous Powers rule over this place, ever seeking to slip their bonds and engulf the world in a tide of daemonic corruption. Nurgle, the plague god; Slaanesh, the lord of excess; Tzeentch, the changer of ways; and Khorne, the god of blood and slaughter.

On the border between the worlds, two mighty kingdoms stand sentinel: the stern warriors of Kislev and the vast empire of Grand Cathay. But each is beset by its own trials, and now both have cause to cross the threshold and send their armies into the Realm of Chaos.

The world stands on a precipice. A single push will plunge it into cataclysm.

And there is one who schemes to achieve just that, an ancient figure who desires nothing less than to wield supreme power. But to succeed, he will need a champion…

The coming conflict will engulf all. Will you conquer your daemons? Or command them?

Total War: Warhammer III releases February 17th for Windows PC, Linux, and Mac (via the Epic Games Store, and Steam).

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Frank was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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