Norsca is a brilliant last hurrah for Total War: Warhammer. It's full of spectacle, monsters and thrilling wars, but where it really succeeds is in its campaign twists.
Unique hunting mechanics and a roster that delves deep into Warhammer history make the Norsca a distinct addition to the game.
If you are a fan of Total War or Warhammer, I do not think I can persuade you from buying this DLC, if you’re someone who is more on the fence and already owns the Warriors of Chaos, you could wait until a sale to pick it up without missing much.
Another great work by Creative Assembly: Total War: Warhammer slowly became an Opera Magna.
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The Norsca expansion is pretty much exactly what it says on the tin. The beast hunts are a nice and interesting way to deviate from the traditional building and recruitment structures, while the mechanics of the four gods is very distinct and allow for some potentially interesting choices and decisions to be made. However, it likely won't persuade anyone outside of the franchise to join in, and is pretty obvious in both what it provides and what said provision will do.