Total War: Warhammer 3 now lets you play with up to 65,534 mods

Version 3.0 of Total War: Warhammer 3 contains a ton of intriguing new features and free content in addition to the much anticipated Forge of the Chaos Dwarfs DLC. The gameplay has been altered in innumerable little ways, but one technical advancement makes it possible to run more mods simultaneously than before: In fact, you can now simultaneously edit Total War: Warhammer 3 with up to 65,534 changes, as opposed to the previous limit of just 256.

Before the patch, users were genuinely reaching that threshold and had to uninstall various mods to get the game to function once again. According to an explanation from Creative Assembly on Discord, the original limit for pack files that could be loaded at game launch was set at 256 due to technological limitations many years ago because the data were saved in 8-bit.

However, the upgrade to 16-bit storage has made it feasible to install a lot more mods due to the increase in files that can be loaded when you start the game. Even a warning encouraging users to reduce the number of modules “just in case” they surpass the new pack file limit was added by the programmers.

It will be challenging to get to those 65,534 mods, though, considering there are now only over 9,000 mods on the Steam Workshop. It’s a good idea to presume that the overall amount of mods for Total War: Warhammer 3 is currently smaller than what you can load, despite the fact that there are mods accessible from sources aside from the Steam Workshop as well.

Two of the game’s free update 3.0 additions are the legendary hero Ulrika Magdova and the Mirror of Madness game mode with its Trial of Fates challenges.

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