It doesn’t come with any DLC, but if you’ve been waiting for a chance to explore Total War’s spin on the Warhammer universe, good news. Creative Assembly’s latest war simulator is available now for less than $16, and you can get it even cheaper if you’re willing to put in a bit of work.
Total Warhammer is the special pre-order bonus for the March offering of Humble Bundle’s monthly subscription service, which means you can sign up for a single month, pay ~$16 ($US12), get Total Warhammer and then cancel your subscription.
You could, of course, wait until March before cancelling. You’ll get a whole stack of games that way. Either way, this is the lowest price Total Warhammer has been: it was discounted to $US44.99 over Christmas, and has been at full price for the most part before that.
For the record, the February bundle came with XCOM 2, Ryse: Son of Rome, ABZU, SteamWorld Heist, Okhlos, Project Highrise, Husk, Oh, Deer! and a demo for HollowKnight. Not too bad for the price of a schnitty at a pub.