TwitchCon 2017 takes place this weekend, set to feature all of your favorite established streamers, to those brand new to the scene, to the viewers, chatters, & emote spammers. This year will also devote a full day to developers as well, big and small. SEGA will be one of the many in attendance, promising to showcase some of its new content.
One of those games will be the recently released second installment in Creative Assembly’s epic fantasy-strategy trilogy, Total War: Warhammer II. Since its release on September 28, 2017, the game has been met with rave reviews from press and fans alike.
At TwitchCon, fans will be given an exclusive sneak peek at Total War: Warhammer II’s epic new campaign Mortal Empires for the first time before its release. The new campaign merges content from both Total Warhammer games into one gigantic map, giving players access to 35 playable factions from both installments. The add-on will be available soon for free to owners of either game, but play it first at SEGA’s TwitchCon booth.
Alongside that try out the upcoming Sonic Forces game a few weeks before anyone else. The showcase will feature four action-packed stages with your favorite classic heroes, as well as a new, fully customizable Hero character for the first time ever. Sonic Forces releases for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC November 7, 2017.
If you are simply watching the event from the comfort of your own home though, SEGA hasn’t left you out in the cold, as high profile streamers showcasing both Sonic Forces and the new content for Total War: Warhammer II throughout the weekend. PC gaming critic TotalBiscut will kick off the event for SEGA, taking the stage at their booth on on Friday, October 20th at 1 PM PDT. Watch the streams at twitch.tv/totalwarofficial and twitch.tv/sonicofficial respectively.
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