Total War: Warhammer, the latest entry in the popular strategy franchise, is now on sale as a part of the March Humble Monthly Bundle for a mere $12, the lowest price it has ever been since release.
The Total War franchise has been a staple of strategy games on the PC ever since the series began at the dawn of the millennia. They’ve always prided themselves in deep layered turn-based strategy mixed with tactical real-time battles. Add in a bit of resource management and micromanaging and you’ve got the standard formula for what makes Total War great.
Total War: Warhammer stands out from its predecessors as it is the first entry in the franchise to be set in a completely fictional universe. Unlike previous games, which took inspiration from historical periods such as Sengoku Japan and the early Roman Empire, Warhammer takes place in the fantasy world established by the Warhammer Fantasy table top series.
Despite coming out in early 2016, the game has seen very little with regards to price drops. Even the famous Winter Steam Sale wasn’t enough for the game to see a huge drop in price as it only dropped down to $44.99 from it’s standard $59.99 cost. Grabbing the game as a part of the next Humble Monthly Bundle for $12 is practically a steal.
For those unfamiliar with how the Humble Monthly Bundle works, subscribing to the service from now until March will immediately give you a copy of Total War: Warhammer. In addition to that, once the bundle unlocks in early March, those that subscribed for the month will receive a handful of additional games to go with it.
Just to give an example, the February Humble Monthly Bundle contained XCOM 2 as its preview title. Once the subscription period for that month ended, Humble Bundle revealed the other games for that month which included:
- Ryse: Son of Rome
- SteamWorld Heist
- Project Highrise
- Hollow Knight
- Oh Deer!
All of that for $12 which, according to Humble Bundle, total to about $180 worth of games. So if you’re interested in picking up Total War: Warhammer for the cheapest its ever been and get a bunch of other games to go along with it, feel free to sign up for the March bundle before it’s too late.
- This article was updated on:March 8th, 2018