Total War: Warhammer 2 artwork for the Vampire Coast faction

After what feels like an eternity from its original launch, the absolutely gigantic strategy game Total War: Warhammer 2 has now made its way to Mac and Linux as well. Much like its predecessor, the port was not handled by Creative Assembly themselves, but rather by Feral Interactive. You might know them from their work on the Mac and Linux versions of XCOM 2, Mad Max, Tomb Raider, Dawn of War 3, and quite a few other games.

For those of you curious about what exactly Total War: Warhammer 2 is all about, allow me to share with you one of the original trailers discussing just that. Have a gander, it's well worth the two minutes:

I can't comment about the quality of the Linux and Mac ports, but what I can say is that Total War: Warhammer 2 is a brilliant game. Not only are its factions diverse and interesting to play around with, but it also has a massive modding community that has managed to improve upon it in nearly every way. So if you have even an inkling of interest in strategy games, I would highly recommend you look into Total War: Warhammer 2 a bit more closely.

Speaking of which, you can learn more by visiting Steam. Creative Assembly has done a pretty good job outlining what you can expect to see in-game, so you should hopefully get a good idea of just what Total War: Warhammer 2 is has to offer. Have fun!