Eight Princes Chapter Pack support releases

eight princes chapter pack support releases for linux mac total war three kingdoms

Eight Princes Chapter Pack support releases for Total War: THREE KINGDOMS with support for Linux and mac. Thanks to Feral Interactive. Working with Creative Assembly. Available now on both Steam, Humble Store and Feral Store.

Feral announced that The Eight Princes Chapter Pack. DLC for the historical strategy game Total War: THREE KINGDOMS out now for Linux and Mac.

The year is 291 CE, and the Jin Dynasty is divided. Likewise, a generation has passed. Ever since the violent events of the Three Kingdoms period began.
In contract to the brief unification of the kingdoms under the Jin dynasty. Civil war was never more than a heartbeat away. While its many ruling princes are hungry for power. Since each has self-serving ambitions. As well as views of their own. Will you stand by the emperor? Or will you carve out a legacy that will echo through the ages?

Total War: THREE KINGDOMS – Eight Princes DLC (Linux, Mac)

Playable in both Records and Romance mode. The Eight Princes Chapter Pack is a new standalone campaign. Which also takes place in the immediate aftermath of the THREE KINGDOMS storyline. This pack introduces eight legendary princes to Total War: THREE KINGDOMS. Each with their own unique traits, playstyles, and units. Such as the revered heavy cataphract cavalry, mounted archers, and imperial guardsmen.

Features:

  • New campaign set 100 years after the Three Kingdoms period began.
  • Eight playable princes from the Jin dynasty, each with different playstyles.
  • New buildings, assignments and court options.
  • New elite units, from armoured crossbowmen to mighty cataphracts.
  • Four new alignments to shape your faction’s development: Wealth, Spirit, Might, and Mind.
  • For more information, please visit the Total War blog.

The Eight Princes Chapter Pack support releases for Linux and Mac. Priced at $8.99 USD /£6.99/€8.99. Available now on Steam, Humble Store and Feral Store.

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