Total War: Warhammer 3 is exploding on the RTS scene with the final game in the trilogy. By taking all the previous magical nonsense and lessons from the last two games, this may be the best one yet. As with all new game releases, this new title has led to a bunch of questions. New and old players alike want to know things. The most common question regarding Total War: Warhammer 3 is whether you can control the legions of chaos, known as Chaos Undivided.
The Warhammer Fantasy lore is deep and fascinating, and because of that, so is the game’s in this case. Warhammer Fantasy has dozens of unique factions, as does Total War: Warhammer 3. And seeing as how Chaos forces are such a huge part of the lore, of course, they’re a playable faction. Returning are classic chaos faction leaders, each with their own unique magics and mechanics.
The core mechanic for the chaos factions is Glory. Your faction represents an element of the cult of a particular dark god. As a faction, you gain Glory by building settlements for Gods, completing missions, and dedicating victories to a specific God. You can then spend Glory and your various rewards to unlock new spells and powerful items.
Each faction of Chaos Undivided in Total War: Warhammer 3 have their own unique mechanics as well. Adding to the craziness, is the ability to play your own Daemon prince. You can even customize the Daemon prince to your liking in the Daemonic Glory tab. There’s even a gameplay trailer that shows this off, which can be seen below.
Chaos Undivided in Total War: Warhammer 3 also features heavily in a new campaign where players must take on the role of those defending the gates to the Chaos planes. Players battle against an unceasing tide of chaotic demons and monsters in their desperate struggle to hold back the darkness. How long can you hold the gates?