New playable race for Grand Campaign, with expanded roster for custom and multiplayer battles.
Free download for all existing Total War: WARHAMMER (including Old World Edition) owners.
Embark on campaigns as three new Legendary Lords: Louen Leoncoeur (Bretonnia), Alberic (Bordeleaux), and The Fay Enchantress (Carcassonne) Chivalry, Peasant Economy and Knightly Vows impart the flavour of the Bretonnian race through meaningful new gameplay mechanics.
Summon the legendary Green Knight when the need is dire, Comprehensive new Bretonnian army roster, Errantry Wars endgame objective pits you against your foes in cataclysmic battle
In the mists of times past, the regions between the Great Ocean and The Grey Mountains were secured by Gilles le Breton, and Bretonnia was founded. Now ruled by the mighty warrior-king Louen Leoncoeur, Bretonnia is administered across a number of dukedoms. Bretonnian society revolves around a deeply ingrained code of chivalry, and her people offer fealty to their Goddess, The Lady of The Lake. It is said that a Knight who distinguishes himself through honourable deeds may earn her blessing.
It is also an archaic, feudal society, where the peasantry till the soil in return for the protection of the nobles, thereby funding Bretonnia’s military. Each stratum of society has its vows and responsibilities. The Peasant’s Duty is to sacrifice nine-tenths of his earnings to his liege; in this way, the various knightly orders are kept in the manner to which they are accustomed. And while a younger Knight Errant may appear brash and dismissive to the serfs, he soon learns to adopt a more solemn and honourable bearing, befitting his sacred role as a protector of the realm.
These orders form the heart of Bretonnia’s armies, and rise in seniority from the Knights Errant, to the Knights of The Realm, the Questing Knights, the Pegasus Knights and the Grail Knights themselves – revered as living saints and often accompanied in battle by mobs of zealous Battle Pilgrims. The rest of the army is composed of levy bowmen, men-at-arms, mounted yeomen and huge, peasant-manned field trebuchets.
Bretonnia may be resistant to change, but the changing face of The Old World will not let them sit idle. To the east, the wild woodlands of Athel Loren are awakening. Vile Greenskins infest the nearby Grey Mountains, offering a palpable nearby threat. And Bretonnia’s northern coast is vulnerable to the seaborne menace from the ice-rimed marches of Norsca. Can the noble knights of Bretonnia rise to meet such recklessly destructive challenges?
The Kingdom of Chivalry
A Bretonnia campaign offers a uniquely different experience to the other playable races of Total War: WARHAMMER. Much of your success is built around how chivalrous your actions are – it’s a factor which can have a major effect on your kingdom, both internally and externally.
Your level of chivalry is tracked via a meter at the top of the campaign interface. As you perform certain actions, such as winning heroic victories in battle and completing quest chains, your chivalry rises, bringing with it benefits such as higher control (keeping your peasant population content and pliant), bonus unit experience and a reduction in corruption. Other actions, such as warring with other Bretonnian factions and sacking settlements, can reduce your chivalry. Low chivalry levels bring negative factors to your campaign, such as reduced Control and army Leadership. In extremis, this can contribute to rebellions across your provinces.
Maintaining a high level of chivalry is also important for your overall campaign success. As your campaign progresses and your chivalry reaches a certain threshold, you’ll be presented with a dilemma that leads to The Errantry War – a climactic endgame battle built around Bretonnian lore.
And of course, the legendary Green Knight will never appear for an unchivalrous leader…
|Minimum System Requirements||Recommended System Requirements|
|CPU||Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 3.0GHz / AMD Phenom 8650 Triple-Core||Intel Core i7-4790K 4-Core 4.0GHz / AMD FX-9370|
|VRAM||1 GB||4 GB|
|RAM||3 GB||8 GB|
|OS||Win 7 64||Win 7 64|
|Graphics Card||nVidia GeForce GTS 450 v4 / AMD Radeon HD 5770 1024MB||nVidia GeForce GTX 980 4GB / AMD Radeon R9 FURY X 4GB|
|Direct X||DX 11||DX 11|
|HDD Space||35 GB||35 GB|
|Game Analysis||THIS Wood Elf DLC NEEDS TOTAL WAR WARHAMMER base game to run. Total Warhammer's recommended requirements at 1080p resolution, with 45-55 Frame rate across the campaign map, while fighting with 20v20 unit in battle mode, then you will need 2GB VRAM and an AMD R9 270X or an Nvidia GTX760. The processor needed for TW:Warhammer DLC recommended specs is an i5-4570 coupled with 8GB system memory. For those wanting to run at Ultra graphics setting and 60+ FPS you will need an i7-4790K CPU and AMD FURY X GPU or a GTX 980. This means Total Warhammer Wood Elf DLC can run on a wide range of computer hardware. Total War: Warhammer - Bretonnia is a free faction DLC pack for Total Warhammer. It adds the chivalrous Bretonnians as a playable faction, including three new Legendary Lords and dozens of unique units and buildings. The army of Bretonnia must manage peasant revolts in a bid to conquer the Old World.|
|High FPS||82 FPS ( GTX 1060 )|
|Minimum System Requirements|
|CPU||2.0Ghz Intel Core i5|
|RAM||8 GB RAM|
|Graphics Card||All AMD graphics cards released from 2014 onwards, All NVidia cards with 2GB+ VRAM released from 2012 onwards, (MacBookPro only) Intel Iris Graphics 540 & 550 cards released from 2016 onwards|
|HDD Space||37 GB available space|
|Minimum System Requirements||Recommended System Requirements|
|CPU||3.4GHz Intel Core i3-4130, 3.5GHz AMD FX6300||3.4 GHz Intel Core i7-4770|
|RAM||4 GB RAM||8 GB RAM|
|OS||Ubuntu 16.04 or Steam OS 2.0 (64 bit required)||Ubuntu 16.04 or Steam OS 2.0 (64 bit required)|
|Graphics Card||1GB Nvidia 650ti or better (driver version 367.28), 2GB AMD R9 270 or better (Mesa 13.0.1 driver compiled using LLVM 3.9)||4GB Nvidia 970 (driver version 367.28), 4GB AMD RX 480 (Mesa 13.0.1 driver compiled using LLVM 3.9)|
|HDD Space||29 GB available space||35 GB available space|
Total War: Warhammer Game Series [View Total War: Warhammer Full Game Series]
- Total War: Warhammer II
- Total War: Warhammer – Norsca
- Total War: Warhammer II – Rise of the Tomb Kings
- Total War: Warhammer – Bretonnia
- Total War: Warhammer II – Blood for the Blood God II
- Total War: Warhammer II – Mortal Empires
- Total War: Warhammer – The King and the Warlord
- Total War: Warhammer
- Total War: Warhammer – Jade Wizard
- Total War: Warhammer – Realm of the Wood Elves