Total War : Warhammer – Blood for The Blood God DLC [Online Game Code]

March 17, 2018 - Comment

”I will slay you for my master. Blood beyond measure will I spill upon the battlefields of the world.” – Marius Hollseher, Liber Malefic From the frigid climes of Norsca to the arid wastes of the southern Badlands, The Old World echoes to the joust and jostle of ceaseless war. As each race struggles to

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”I will slay you for my master. Blood beyond measure will I spill upon the battlefields of the world.” – Marius Hollseher, Liber Malefic

From the frigid climes of Norsca to the arid wastes of the southern Badlands, The Old World echoes to the joust and jostle of ceaseless war. As each race struggles to establish its dominion – or merely to survive in this age of strife – there is but one certain outcome: blood will flow!

Blood for The Blood God brings a number of gory new mature-rated effects to Total War: WARHAMMER.

Once downloaded, Blood effects can be enabled in the Advanced Graphics Settings of Total War: WARHAMMER.

Please note that depending on your country of residence, Blood for the Blood God may raise the age rating of the main game.

Key Features

Blood spurtsGory spatter on unit modelsLimb and head dismemberment (humanoids and non-legendary characters.Zombies, skeletons and Grave Guard may continue to fight after dismemberment!Explosive Gibbing from deadly mid-torso strikesBlood-drenched UI elementsNew random, global campaign events that generate greater carnage in battle.
PC Minimum System Requirements:PC Recommended System Requirements:Processor:   Intel® Core™ 2 Duo 3.0GHzRAM:   3GBHard Disk:   35GBVideo Card:   Intel HD4000, NVIDIA GTS 450 1024 MB, AMD Radeon HD 5770 1024 MBSupported OS:   Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows VistaProcessor:   Intel® Core™ i5-4570 3.20GHzRAM:   8GBHard Disk:   35GBVideo Card:   NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 2048 MB, AMD Radeon R9 270X 2048 MB

Product Features

  • Blood spurts
  • Gory spatter on unit models