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TFC: The Fertile Crescent – Factions update

tfc: the fertile crescent new factions update releases for the game on linux mac windows pc

TFC: The Fertile Crescent new Factions update releases for the game on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Coming to us thanks to the never-ending imagination and hard work of the developers at Wield Interactive. Available in Early Access on Steam with 93% Positive reviews.

You know that pixel-art real-time strategy experience, TFC: The Fertile Crescent? Well, the developers have rolled out the Factions update adds a lot of exciting new features to the game. This upgrade introduces three Bronze Age groups – the Assyrians, Babylonians, and Egyptians. Just like in history, each of these groups has their own special abilities and advantages.

Instead of picking your group right at the start as you do in most strategy games, TFC: The Fertile Crescent lets players start off on equal footing. After you research three basic technologies, you can then choose your Bronze Age group. Doing so mid-play by searching through the fresh new Tech Tree.

Now, these groups aren’t just about different bonuses. They also come with their own unique styles. So all of the buildings, military units, and tech will look different. This is all based on the group you choose.

TFC: The Fertile Crescent | Factions Update

And, remember that big building – the Wonder? It’s now more important than ever in TFC: The Fertile Crescent. As you construct each level of the Wonder, you get a special bonus. Sort of like levelling up in a role-playing experience. This bonus depends on the Bronze Age group you’ve chosen. And here’s the twist: even if you’ve turned off the ‘Wonder Victory’ setting, you can still build the Wonder and its levels. All due to grab all those bonuses. Plus, you can now build the Wonder in Horde Mode, but it won’t count towards victory.

Along with these TFC: The Fertile Crescent changes, there’s a new basic technology you can research – the Potter’s Wheel. Plus, there’s a helpful new tool, the Range Displayer. It helps you see how far the influence of buildings like the Village Center and Palace reaches. Check out the full details.

The TFC: The Fertile Crescent upgrade also brings a fresh new look for the technology buttons to make room for the Bronze Age Civilization Picker and more technologies.

And for those who’ve had issues with saving and loading, the developers have rewritten parts of the system to fix any bugs. Linux players should know that any old saves won’t work with this update.

So, hop into TFC: The Fertile Crescent and check out all the new features. It’s gonna be a blast exploring what each Bronze Age group brings to the table. The game is available via Steam Early Access. Currently priced at $8.99 USD / £7.19 / 8,69€ with the 40% discount. Along with support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.

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