Total War: Warhammer Vampire Counts faction

Total War: Warhammer is one of those crossovers that was almost destined to happen, and as someone that considers himself a massive fan of both franchises I couldn't be happier with the fact that it not only happened, but ended up being actually good as well!

How good, you might ask? Good enough to ensure its place as the fastest-selling Total War game with over half a million copies sold in its first few days, and most importantly, enough concurrent players to regularly breach that magical 100k barrier.

I can certainly attest to its quality, and as I've mentioned in my review Total War: Warhammer has become my favorite game in the series, and one that I plan to revisit every couple of months as new factions, campaigns, and maps get introduced.

Speaking of which, if you're interested in getting the Chaos Warriors faction for free you will need to purchase Total War: Warhammer by Tuesday, May 31, after which it will go on sale for a currently undisclosed amount. I haven't spent too much time with them yet, but from what little I've experienced their campaign is vastly different from the rest as they don't even get to settle cities.