Total War: Warhammer 3 does not have naval combat because the study did not consider it necessary for the game
Among the numerous videos with Gameplay presented from Total War: Warhammer 3, the community noticed the absence of naval combat . The 3D game team took advantage of a recent interview with the Creative Assembly team, responsible for this delivery, to question this missing mechanics, and reason behind this decision.
The campaign map is not the most suitable for this type of Battles Mark Sinclair Jim Whits Son , Catalpas Designer of Total War: Warhammer 3, replied that the team did not consider it necessary to include this mechanics in the game. There is no naval combat in terms of a boat against another, but you can fight in the sea and through islands, which we feel it was a better offering in this section, he said.
Whit son added, that the study preferred to use its resources at other areas that the community appreciates, as the great variety of present monsters and creatures, magic, and the rest of the characters. It would have been great to add the naval combat, but in the end, it was absolutely crucial Include it, he mentioned.
He also shared him the answer of him Mark Sinclair , the chief campaign designer of the game. According to him, if the team had added the naval combat, we would not have seen all the breeds present in Warhammer 3, which add the larger amount view to the date at a launch of the franchise. The campaign map in Warhammer 3 is not the most suitable for this type of battles, and we wanted to focus on another type of combats, such as the Siege, Sinclair said.
Total War: Warhammer 3 is the next proposal for the RTS community on PC, and we can enjoy it from February 17 . The remaining platforms -Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo- will remain without this delivery, but Creative Assembly does not rule out a possible version in consoles, according to what they told us in the same interview.