The King and The Warlord offers just the right amount of content to keep owners of the game interested. If you're still playing Total Warhammer then you're likely quite a fan and have probably already gobbled this up, but if you are waiting for something to pull you back in, then Skarsnik, his Squigs, his goblin only army, his new starting location, his funny one-liners and his objective of sitting on the Karrak throne might present enough of a new challenge to warrant getting back into the game.
I will get DLC as it piques my interest and the price is right for me. And that is why those tempting people at Games Workshop are the masters at this. There will always be something a Total War Warhammer player will want, it's only a matter of time.
Where other Total War games were a battle of who-cares-which-type-of-men versus another bunch of men, Total War Warhammer makes you want to see the fight unfold. To witness how the trolls spit acid at dwarves or undead crumble to dust as you charge them with your knights.
All in all, if you're even remotely interested in the Far Cry games then you'll be right at home with Far Cry Primal, but if you're looking for a completely fresh experience you're going to be sorely disappointed. Graphically the game could be a lot better when compared against other titles such as The Witcher 3 or Rise of the Tomb Raider but the prehistoric setting remains a fresh and exciting addition that I find myself excited to explore further. On the current basis I'd have to give it 7/10.