Total War: Three Kingdoms Launches March 7, 2019

Sega and Creative Assembly have announced the release date for Total War: Three Kingdoms.

The latest in their ongoing tactical strategy franchise will launch for Windows PC on March 7th of next year. Featured above, you can view a new trailer showcasing the game’s Early Purchaser bonus, which includes the Yellow Turban Rebellion Warlord Pack. It includes:

  • The Yellow Turban Rebellion is a Warlord Pack DLC, introducing three new playable Warlords for the Grand Campaign, enabling players to lead armies of bandits, zealots and commoners in a crusade to topple the corrupt Han Dynasty and forge a new future for the people of China.
  • Featuring a thrilling new unit roster of religious and spiritual warriors drawn from the downtrodden masses, this Warlord Pack also introduces three new hero classes – Scholars, Healers, and Veterans – plus new character virtues and skills built around the three tenets of Taoism: Frugality, Compassion, and Humility.

There’s also a Limited Edition planned, which includes:

  • Premium Deluxe Case
    High quality game case made of authentic calligraphy paper adorned with box-art that masterfully melds painterly Chinese watercolour and ink effects.
  • Double-Sided Campaign Map and Warlord Poster
    Get a closer look at your cast of playable Warlords and the lands you will conquer with them. One side outlines the vast geography of China as it sits before you, the other introduces you to the varied characters and playstyles at your disposal.
  • Plus, anyone ordering the game before release or within one week of launch from a SEGA approved retailer will receive a free Early Adopter bonus, the Yellow Turban Rebellion Warlord Pack DLC.

You can pre-order the limited edition via this portal. The standard version of Total War: Three Kingdoms is also available for pre-order for Steam here and other retailers worldwide here. A Linux release (via Feral Interactive) is also planned, and will some “shortly afterwards.”

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