Total War Warhammer III debuted on Linux later than promised

Total War: Warhammer III debuted on Linux later than promised

British publisher and developer Feral Interactive announced that the fantasy strategy Total War: Warhammer III from Sega and Creative Assembly received support for the Linux operating system.

    Image Credit: Feral Interactive

Image Credit: Feral Interactive

Recall that versions of Total War: Warhammer III for macOS and Linux were expected this spring, but only the first version was released 5th of Mayand the second was delayed by almost a month and a half.

In addition to Linux support Patch 1.0.1 brought updates to macOS, including fixing an issue with the Alt/Option key. The builds for macOS and Linux correspond in terms of content and adjustments Version 1.2 and went out to her patch for Windows.

According to the plot of Total War: Warhammer III, four forces of destruction break out of the Realm of Chaos to take over the world. Users are offered to lead armies of demons in their campaigns or to defend the mortal realms.

Total War: Warhammer III debuted on February 17th on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store, Microsoft Store) and PC Game Pass. An Immortal Empires update is currently being prepared for the game – the beta version of the mode will be released in August.

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