Vampire Coasties Rejoice Creative Assembly has fixed a bug in Total War: Warhammer II

Released in 2017, Total War: Warhammer II is the sequel to 2016's Total War: Warhammer developed by Creative Assembly and Feral Interactive. The sequel has received countless positive reviews and award nominations, and it is generally beloved by longtime fans of the series. It's still receiving updates and DLCs. If you're a fan of PC strategy games, you've likely at least heard of Total War: Warhammer II if it's not already in your Steam library.

Vampire Coasties, rejoice: Creative Assembly has fixed a bug in Total War: Warhammer II that prevented players from raising the dead while at sea, and the fix is currently playable in the game’s beta branch. The patch also addresses a long list of other issues, notably including the inadvertent limit placed on the number of mods you could have running at the same time.

Since October, Vampire Coast factions haven’t been able to raise dead while fighting at sea, and have had to return to dry land to do so. That’s made their campaigns much more difficult than they were meant to be – effectively impossible, in some cases. Fortunately, that’s not how it’s supposed to work, and a fix should be out in the main branch before too long. In addition, if you are in need of Cheap Total War Warhammer 2 Global CD Key, you can visit our website z2u.com.

You can play with the fix applied now, however, albeit in beta form. As a post in the Total War forums explains, you simply have to right-click Total War: Warhammer II in your Steam library and select Properties, then click the Betas tab. Use the drop-down menu to select 8.3, and allow the game to update itself.

The 8.3 version addresses a laundry list of bugs and imbalances, but there are four high-priority issues that top the bunch. After the raising dead at sea issue, there was also a bug that limited the number of mods a player could use, which is fixed in this version. Other top-line issues fixed with the beta patch are a bug that limited AI factions to recruiting a single army, and a bug that caused experience to be incorrectly calculated when gaining levels during battles.

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