Total War: WARHAMMER III is one of the most anticipated titles on various platforms. However, a lot of begging is being done, as Creative Assembly has announced that the title will be delayed. Rather than releasing it to the end of 2021, its release will be postponed to early 2022. At that time it will arrive for various systems, and Feral Interactive has already confirmed that it will also bring it to Linux.
The announcement posted on the official Twitter account and on Steam read: «With nearly a decade of development on the Total War: WARHAMMER trilogy behind us, it feels surreal to see its climactic chapter so close to release. While it's tempting to rush to the finish line when it comes into view, we've made the decision to give it a little more time by moving the 2021 release of Total War: WARHAMMER III. at the beginning of 2022.«
Therefore, all fans will see the launch delayed, the wait will be somewhat longer than expected, but it will come. In addition, for the Linux port it is likely to be further delayed. The new release date is not exact, but the reason for the delay seems to be that the creators of Total War: WARHAMMER III are working to make it more robust and with better content, without having to rush to finish the trilogy in a bad way, and displease all the loyal followers.
If you want to make the wait shorter, and you have not tried them yet, you can enjoy Total War: WARHAMMER in its previous versions from now on. You also have the possibility to carry out the pre-purchase from Total War: WARHAMMER III on the Valve Store,Steam now. The current price is € 59,99, a considerably expensive price for a video game title, but one that responds to the quality and success of this franchise ...