Total War: THREE KINGDOMS has a new cinematic trailer, since the games coming to Linux, Mac and Windows. Thanks to Feral Interactive who will release the native build after the March 7th, Windows release.
Development is being done by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA for Windows. This is also the first game in the multi-award winning Total War series to be set in ancient China.
Now in this trailer, legendary hero Zhuge Liang wanders ancient China. While searching for a worthy master in this latest Total War: THREE KINGDOMS cinematic. Which is a stunning showcase of the varied land your dynasty could stretch across:
Total War: THREE KINGDOMS – A Hero’s Journey Trailer (Windows, then Linux and Mac)
This realm of breath-taking natural beauty lies fractured, torn asunder by power-hungry warlords. Since each one is vying for control of China’s future. Lush subtropics, iconic mountains drenched in mist, and tranquil golden rivers. All serving as the backdrop for the bloodiest period in ancient Chinese history.
Zhuge Liang, an incredibly talented strategist. Also the one willing to only serve an honourable master. In this age of boundless greed, hope of finding someone worthy seems lost. Until he meets the kind and virtuous man of the people, Liu Bei.
While together, they will fight to bring peace to China. And also restore harmony to its embattled landscape.
Total War: THREE KINGDOMS will also have you choose from a cast of 11 legendary Warlords. While you work to conquer the realm. Then recruit heroic characters to aide your cause and dominate your enemies. Doing so in military, technological, political, and economic fronts.
Will you be worthy enough for Zhuge Liang to join your cause? The next historical title in the Total War™ strategy series launches March 7th, 2019. The Linux release will follow shortly after, although no release date yet.
Further details on Total War: THREE KINGDOMS is available via the Steam and Humble Store pages, priced at $59.99 USD.
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