Players can take control of an endgame scenario created to test them in Total War: Warhammer 3's Immortal Empires campaign, turning the tables and becoming the apocalypse for opposing factions. This feature is currently intended. \nPlayers can confederate the tribe of any enemy Greenskin chieftain they defeat in combat in Immortal Empires thanks to a faction ability for the Greenskin races. \n \nBut as discovered on Reddit, this extends to one of Immortal Empires' new endgame scenarios, in which a sizable army of Greenskin troops shows up to launch a Waaagh that will kill the planet. \n \nAlthough these endgame scenarios are hazardous for the players, this includes a humorous twist. If a player in control of the Greenskin race manages to defeat the faction leader of the Waaagh in combat, they can unite the Waaagh's army and territory. \n \nEven better, players are granted a sizable number of 20-stack armies for free, thanks to the Waaagh's large number of troops, which require no upkeep. As a result, players can join forces with the invaders to siphon the Waaagh's strength instead of battling for their lives in an endgame scenario. \n \nAccording to Craig, a senior designer for Total War, This is the currently planned design, though if it makes the feature worse, we will investigate modifying it." We talked about it before the game came out, and the majority felt that rather than taking away the player's toys, they should be allowed to enjoy their own faction\/race mechanics. \n \nTotal War: Warhammer 3's player base has increased dramatically in the past week due to the release of Immortal Empires, with over 100,000 players actively playing at once. \n \nTotal War: Warhammer 3's popularity with Immortal Empires was confirmed by the statement that the size of Immortal Empires cements Total War: Warhammer 3 as one of the most ambitious strategy games of all time.