Total War: Three Kingdoms postponed for two and a half months

The release date of the strategy of the Chinese era of the Three Kingdoms was postponed from March 7 to May 23.

British Studio Creative Assembly announced that it took additional time to polish the “revolutionary innovations” in Total War: Three Kingdoms, minimize bugs and ensure the accuracy of localization and overall performance of the game.

The developers also noted that changing the release date of Total War: Three Kingdoms will not affect the output of the DLC to Total War: Warhammer II. According to the Creative Assembly, the addition will appear earlier than the new game in the Total War series. Details of the new DLC for Total War: Warhammer II have not yet been disclosed, but judging by the hints of the developers, it will add to the game the legendary lords for skat rats and lizardmen.

Total War: Three Kingdoms is based on the novel “Three Kingdoms” and tells about the internecine wars in China during the collapse of the Han Empire.

15 minutes of Total War: Three Kingdoms gameplay with the capture of the Great Silk Road 


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