Developer Creative Assembly has revealed the entire map that will be available for the Immortal Empires campaign coming to Total War: Warhammer 3. It is worth noting that the map is still a beta version, and might see some changes in the future.
The Immortal Empires map is set to be the largest map of any Total War game released so far, and is nearly double the size of the Mortal Empires map from Total War: Warhammer 2.
The studio also talks about how the new Sea Lanes feature will work in Immortal Empires. Interacting with Sea Lanes will allow players to travel from the eastern edge of the map to the western edge, and vice versa. The only exception to this will be the Underworld Sea, which connects the Sea of Malice to the Boiling Sea.
While essentially the entire Warhammer Fantasy setting will be present in Immortal Empires, it is worth noting that parts of the map—like Ind and Khuresh—will not be traversable. Campaign mechanics like Realms of Chaos or Eye of the Vortex will also not be present in Immortal Empires, as it is meant to be a sandbox campaign.
In the next update, Creative Assembly will talk about the starting positions for all the playable races in Immortal Empires.
Total War: Warhammer 3 was released on PC earlier this year. Immortal Empires is set to come out as a free update for Total War: Warhammer 3 in August as a beta release. Players will need to own Total War: Warhammer 1 and 2 to be able to access Immortal Empires.