Total War: Warhammer 2 screenshot of Malekith the Witch King in action

If you've ever gotten invested into a Total War game you probably know just how important mods are in keeping the whole experience fresh and interesting. With mods you can add new units, new starting positions, new factions, a complete balance overhaul, a variety of new battle maps so you're not just fighting in an open field every time, and the list goes on for a while. There really is a mod for everything, no matter how obscure and potentially silly the idea might be.

In order to detect potential flaws and balance problems Total War: Warhammer 2 sadly launched without Steam Workshop support, though thankfully it still allowed players to plug in their mods manually. However, that whole process requires actually finding the mods in the first place, which is not always the easiest thing for new players. As such, I am very glad to say that Steam Workshop support will be going online this Thursday!

Until then, if you feel the need to mod your campaign make sure to visit the Total War Center website. There aren't that many mods available just yet, but there are a couple of really good ones that significantly improve the campaign experience, so I'd still recommend you give the website a look. As for the Steam Workshop support, you'll find everything you need over at Steam once it goes live.