FALL OF THE SAMURAI joins Total War Saga

fall of the samurai joins total war saga family of games for linux mac windows pc

FALL OF THE SAMURAI now joins the Total War Saga game family for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to Creative Assembly who are eager to announce the details. Available on both Steam but without a discount on Humble Store.

Due to the fact Total War: SHOGUN 2 – Fall of the Samurai joins the Total War Saga family. So the game is now A Total War Saga: FALL OF THE SAMURAI on Steam. In contrast, existing owners will receive all DLC faction packs as a free gift. With the exception of the Blood Pack.

FALL OF THE SAMURAI has always shown what Creative Assembly believe. A Saga title should be in terms of their size and scope. Certainly, these titles take the grand strategy and real time battles to a new level. A core Total War game. And as a result, an intense flashpoint of history. Letting you experience and determine the outcome. Facing pivotal moments in history. While the future of entire nations hung in the balance.

Total War: Shogun 2 – Fall of the Samurai Reveal Trailer

FALL OF THE SAMURAI details a dramatic clash of traditional Samurai culture. And above all, the explosive power of modern weaponry. Which now includes all DLC faction packs. Taking place 400 years after the events of Total War: SHOGUN 2.
As a result, you must guide ancient Japan into the modern age. Now with the arrival of America, Britain and France. This brings a violent civil war that will decide the future of a nation.

FALL OF THE SAMURAI is available on Steam now. Which also includes a 75% discount until August 19th.

While A Total War Saga: THRONES OF BRITANNIA is available in this Sale. With a 66% discount until August 19th.

Since both games are available for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. For more details on FALL OF THE SAMURAI check out the Total War blog HERE.

Both games are also listed on Humble Store as well. But sadly there is no Sale on either game.

Click to access the login or register cheese
%d bloggers like this: