Total War: Warhammer 3 is getting some quality-of-life updates, including tutorials for Immortal Empires, and more granular difficulty settings for battles.
Developer Creative Assembly has released its first Developer Update for Total War: Warhammer 3, talking about some of the new additions being made to the game over upcoming updates. Key features discussed in the post are Immortal Empires-specific achievements, and tutorials for Immortal Empires.
The studio plans on bringing achievements specific to Total War: Warhammer 3‘s Immortal Empires mode as a way for players to track progress in the expansive game mode. Every race from Total War: Warhammer and Total War: Warhammer 2, as well as Chaos Dwarfs, will be getting two achievements—one for completing an Immortal Empires campaign and another for completing the campaign on Very Hard or Legendary difficulty.
Immortal Empires will also be getting a tutorial mode that gives players that might be new to the game mode, or even new to specific factions a way to get a hold on what they should be doing and how they can expand their territories from there. Currently, the tutorial features missions guiding players to attacking an enemy army, capturing an enemy settlement, and so on. Over time, the studio hopes to make these missions more bespoke for each faction, and bring in some narrative elements as well.
The studio also talks about other features coming to the game, including improved difficulty options for the game’s Battle Difficulty settings so as to allow players to fine tune how many bonuses the AI gets for specific stats. The new Battle Difficulty settings will be available in both campaign mode, as well as custom battles.
Landmark buildings are also getting some additions, with new landmark buildings being added across the campaign map These buildings add new effects to their surroundings, and the studio is currently working on fine-tuning the additions through feedback from playtesting.
Total War: Warhammer 3 is available on PC.