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Total War: THREE KINGDOMS out now on Linux

Feral Interactive today announced that the historical strategy game Total War: THREE KINGDOMS is out now on Linux, the same day as the Windows release. Developed by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA for Windows, this is the first game in the multi-award winning Total War series to be set in ancient China.

The year is 190 AD. China, a beautiful but fractured land, cries out for a new emperor and a new way of life. Players will unite the country under their rule, forge the next great dynasty, and build a legacy that will last through the ages. THREE KINGDOMS challenges players to:

  • Dominate their enemies on all fronts: military, technological, political, and economic. 
  • Build powerful friendships, form alliances, and earn the respect of their foes. 
  • Commit acts of treachery and betrayal, and master the art of political intrigue. 
  • Recruit heroic characters to their cause, choosing from a cast of 12 legendary warlords.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

THREE KINGDOMS is available now from the Feral Store for $59.99/£44.99/€59.99. Users who purchase the game within the first week of release will receive the Yellow Turban Rebellion DLC, which includes three playable warlords, for free. 

A new trailer is available now on Feral Interactive’s YouTube channel.


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