A 50-second mystery video was posted across Total War: Warhammer online media late yesterday, and the theory motors have started firing up to speed. It shows a wizard of the Celestial College—the Empire’s soothsayers, who control a breeze of enchantment called Azyr—looking as a comet flies across the night sky. The comet at that point turns into the top of a group of stars called Grungi’s Baldric, “Venerated by fighters, smaller people, and blockheads in abundance,” the wizard jeers.
What’s more, that is it. It’s a more cryptic trailer than we’re accustomed to getting, particularly contrasted with the pretentious declarations each DLC for Warhammer 2 has gotten. That may mean it’s alluding to something more modest, similar to an update for one more of the main game’s groups in the second game’s Mortal Empires crusade. The wood mythical people were the last to get such an update, maybe the star grouping supported by midgets recommends they’ll get another update? (They were modified in 2018, however could be expected for additionally tweaking.) Given that the secret spotlights on one of the Empire’s Celestial wizards, maybe it’s an update including their specific legend of sorcery? Also, what’s going on with the unpleasant wizard out of sight?
Obviously, it could likewise be the primary allude to something a lot greater. Complete War players are now speculating how this may be the beginning of a promoting effort for the hotly anticipated third and last Total War: Warhammer game. All things considered, twin-followed comets are a sign of turbulent occasions in Warhammer, and have proclaimed intrusions of Chaos, who are anticipated to return as the foes of Total War: Warhammer 3.