If video gaming has taught us anything, it’s that you need the right hardware to play the best games. Now, for consoles and handhelds, it’s not a problem. But with PC, it’s a little different. As there are many different kinds of PC’s, graphic cards, processors, etc., each are different, and each game can, in theory, require something different to play a game properly. That’s why the Total War: Warhammer II team are dropping some info about their upcoming title.
On their Steam page, the team offers links to the pages of GeForce and AMD. The point is to take players to the Drivers part of the pages, as they need to make sure that the proper drivers are installed in the game for it work properly.
Also though, for those who have pre-ordered the game, you’ll be able to pre-load Total War: Warhammer II later this evening.
Given how the game looks and plays, it’s not surprising that the team wants to make sure everyone has their setups done right. The game is absolutely beautiful to look at, and with the massive battles it’s promising, it’ll no doubt be taxing on players rigs. So definitely make sure your PC is up to snuff before trying to play it.
As for what Total War: Warhammer II is, it’s the RTS sequel to the award-winning title, following four different races as they try and claim a vortex of great power and energy, and all for very different reasons. You’ll take control of either the High Elves, Dark Elves, Lizardmen, or Skaven. Build your armies, claim territory, and go to war.
The game is set for release on Steam on September 28th, and pre-orders are still available.