Actor Henry Cavill was immortalized in the upcoming DLC "The Warden and the Punch" by Total War: Warhammer 2. A few weeks ago, the actor revealed that he not only plays Total War: Warhammer 2 in his spare time, but is also busy with the miniature figures. There is also an allusion to his leading role in the Netflix series The Witcher.
The Creative Assembly team will release "The Warden and the Punch" another DLC for Total War: Warhammer 2 this week. Now it has become known that actor Henry Cavill will more or less be part of the new expansion. Accordingly, the character "Cavill, Loremaster of Hoeth" gets the name of the actor. An ability also indicates the connection between the two.
This is White Wolf – a skill that gives a +15 bonus against large monsters. Fans of the Netflix series The Witcher – in which Henry Cavill is currently playing the main role – may already have recognized that the witcher is also known as the White Wolf. There is also a reason why Cavill is suddenly in the game.
In April, the actor revealed that he spent his quarantine time painting his Warhammer figures during the Coronavirus pandemic. But also Total War: Warhammer 2 (buy now) is one of Henry Cavill's regular occupations. The developers quickly became aware of the hobby and have now given the actor a place of honor in the DLC. Starting May 21, 2020, "The Warden and the Punch" will be available for Total War: Warhammer 2. At the same time, the "Total Waaagh! Update" will appear free of charge for all players. Here fans can look forward to some innovations even without the DLC. You can read more details about the game in our review.
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