What you need to know
- Total War: WARHAMMER II is now available on Mac.
- It can be purchased from the Mac App Store.
- It features several free DLC packs pre-installed.
Feral Interactive has today announced the release of Total War: WARHAMMER II on the Mac App Store, the title originally created by the Creative Assembly.
Originally released back in 2017, Total War: WARHAMMER II is the sequel to the Creative Assembly's first installment of the real-time strategy game.
From the Mac App Store:
As mentioned, the game comes with free DLC packs including Mortal Empires, a campaign spanning both WARHAMMER I and II, and which requires both games to be played. DLC also includes seven more playable legendary lords and new factions, as well as the Laboratory for customizable battles. Further DLC packs are available by in-app purchase.
The game will work on the following Macs:
- All 13" MacBook Pros released since 2016
- All 15" MacBook Pros released since Late 2013 with a 2.3GHz processor or better
- All 21.5" iMacs released since Late 2017
- All 27" iMacs released since Late 2013 with a 2GB graphics card or better
- Late 2012 models with a 2GB Nvidia 680MX graphics card are also supported
- All 27" iMac Pros released since Late 2017
- All Mac Pros released since Late 2013
Minimum system requirements include 2GHz processor, 8GB RAM, 1.5GB of Graphics memory, macOS 10.14 or later and at least 52GB of disk space.
PC Gamer awarded Total War: Warhammer II a 92 rating stating:
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