How to Complete Trials of Fate in Total War Warhammer III
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How to Beat Trials of Fate in Total War: Warhammer III – Mirror of Madness Guide

Trials of Fate are coming.

A new update is here for Total War: Warhammer III and it introduces a free addition called Mirror of Madness. The Mirror of Madness features two game modes and is completely free for every player that owns the game.

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The modes are called The Infinite Portal and Trials of Fate. While The Infinite Portal offers you the opportunity to tweak and fine-tune the battle settings, The Infinite Portal brings a fight for survival where you would need to use both brain and brawn. Hop in and discover what awaits you in this latest mode for Total War: Warhammer III.

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Beating Trials of Fate in Total War: Warhammer III

Trials of Fate will put you in the shoes of Deamon Prince of Tzeentch with whom you need to win four survival battles until you finally get to fight Kairos Fateweaver. You will be swarmed by masses of enemy soldiers and the longer you hold out the stronger they will become.

However, you will have boosts to help you. You will be defending something called the “Shard”, that will give you Forbidden Knowledge. That secret knowledge will give you access to the arsenal of mighty spells as well as the ability to upgrade them and make them even stronger. Manipulating these new powers will be key to a successful defense.

Your final score will depend on the total kills you have and the total damage you’ve made to your enemies. If your manage to get excellent scores, you will even unlock Tzeentch-themed Daemon Prince Parts.

The Possibilities of The Infinite Portal

As we mentioned The Infinite Portal will allow you to adjust some pretty interesting features in the game. For example, when it comes to units you can increase the number of soldiers per unit, their health, increase the collision impact, attack force, detonation force, and even base morale.

You will also be able to tweak the availability of Winds of Magic for spellcasting and increase the size and reach of explosions and vortexes.

More fun and combat will be ensured when you increase the duration of time when units stay fresh, reduce their reload time, give them more ammunition, and increase projectile penetration.

If you are a fan of using a lot of abilities you’ll be happy to hear that you can increase the ability radius and decrease the cooldown. Lastly, for those fans of massacres, there’s an option of increasing the amount of blood on the battlefield.

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Đorđe Ivanović (Djordje Ivanovic) is Managing Editor of Gamer Journalist and has been with the site since 2022. He has a BA in Journalism and five years of professional writing experience behind him, with a recent personal focus on gaming and technology niches. His GJ coverage includes WWII games, puzzle games, Path of Exile, Overwatch and other live service games. In his free time, you will find this adamant fan of Dota solving some sort of escape room games, and getting familiar with board gaming.