Prepare for a new DLC in Total War: Warhammer II, which will be released on 17 April. It has called The Prophet & The Warlock, and it includes a lot of scales and fur.
The name of the DLC refers to Tehenhauin, the Prophet of the great Serpent-God Sotek and the Warlock Engineer Ikit Claw which will fight against each other.
After the Lizardmen had a taste of the Skaven’s warped plagues, the prophet wants to take his revenge on the Skaven. He has gathered the Red Crested Skinks to make sure he’ll destroy the foul Skaven. But what he doesn’t know is that the engineer Ikit Claw found a deposit of Warpstone under the Lustrian jungles. Using the Forbidden Workshop, Ikit Claw was able to equip his army with deadly weapons that will devastate everything around.
If you have not seen the trailer, its right at the bottom of this article, where you will see part of a fight between Lizardmen and the Skaven.
The Prophet & The Warlock DLC Content
The DLC will come with the next features, notes the Total War blog post:
- Two powerful new Legendary Lords with new quest chains, legendary items, and skill trees
- Play as Clan Skryre (Skaven) or the Cult of Sotek (Lizardmen) with unique new campaign mechanics
- Two new additional Lord types
- Nine new battlefield units and variants including the bullet-spewing Ratling Gun Weapons Teams and the fearsome Ripperdactyls
- Unleash ultimate devastation with the Clan Skryre Doomrocket or summon an aspect of the very Serpent-God himself into battle with the Great Invocation of Sotek!
- New Regiments of Renown to unlock, recruit, and field
The Prophet & The Warlock will be available on PC on April 17th and later on Mac and Linux. It can also be pre-ordered on Steam (with 10% discount). For more facts about the DLC, check out the blog post released on the official Total War website. Now let’s check out The Prophet & The Warlock Trailer.
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