Total War: Warhammer‘s developer, Creative Assembly, has announced that the game will support mods and Steam Workshop when it launches later this month, on May 24th for PC. They will also allow access to the “Assembly Kit,” which is a collection of tools and example data files that are designed to help modders create better mods. Alongside this, Creative Assembly will enable access to “the Database Editor and BOB for modifying and exporting database tables and campaign start positions” at launch, while further support is planned to come later this year.
Not only will Creative Assembly support mods from launch, they also plan to have a number of them already available when the game comes out, as they will supply attendees of Creative Assembly’s Mod Summit over the last three years with early access to the game, allowing them to bring their mods to Steam Workshop before the game launches.
Source: Rock, Paper, Shotgun