Total War: THREE KINGDOMS @ Steam - £40.49
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Total War: THREE KINGDOMS @ Steam - £40.49

£40.49£44.9910%Steam Store Deals
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Posted 4th Jul
Total War: THREE KINGDOMS is the first in the multi award-winning strategy series to recreate epic conflict across ancient China. Combining a gripping turn-based campaign game of empire-building, statecraft and conquest with stunning real-time battles, Total War: THREE KINGDOMS redefines the series in an age of heroes and legends.

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China in 190CE

Welcome to a new era of legendary conquest.

This beautiful but fractured land calls out for a new emperor and a new way of life. Unite China under your rule, forge the next great dynasty, and build a legacy that will last through the ages.
Choose from a cast of 12 legendary Warlords and conquer the realm. Recruit heroic characters to aide your cause and dominate your enemies on military, technological, political, and economic fronts.

Will you build powerful friendships, form brotherly alliances, and earn the respect of your many foes? Or would you rather commit acts of treachery, inflict heart-wrenching betrayals, and become a master of grand political intrigue?

Your legend is yet to be written, but one thing is certain: glorious conquest awaits.ANCIENT CHINA RECREATED
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Discover Three Kingdoms China, a land of breath-taking natural beauty. Battle across lush subtropics, arid deserts and snow-capped mountains. Marvel at legendary landmarks like the Great Wall of China and the Yangtze River. Explore the length and breadth of ancient China as you restore harmony to its embattled landscape.CHINA’S GREATEST LEGENDS
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Forge a new empire as one of 12 legendary Warlords drawn from China’s celebrated historical epic, the Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Peerless commanders, powerful warriors and eminent statesmen, these characters each have a unique playstyle and objectives. Recruit an epic supporting cast of heroes to command your armies, govern your provinces and strengthen your growing empire. Characters are the beating heart of the game, and China’s very future will be shaped by its champions.GUANXI SYSTEM
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Modelled on Guanxi, the Chinese concept of dynamic inter-relationships, Total War: THREE KINGDOMS takes a paradigm-shifting approach to character agency, with iconic, larger-than-life heroes and their relationships defining the future of ancient China. Each of these characters is brought to life with their own unique personality, motivations, and likes/dislikes. They also form their own deep relationships with each other, both positive and negative, that shape how your story plays out.ARTISTIC PURITY
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With stunning visuals and flamboyant Wushu combat, THREE KINGDOMS is the art of war. With beautiful UI, vibrant vistas and authentic Chinese-inspired artwork, this reimagining of ancient China is a visual feast.REAL-TIME & TURN-BASED HARMONY
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The turn-based campaign and real-time battles of Total War: THREE KINGDOMS are more interconnected than ever before. Actions in battle now have much greater consequences, affecting your Heroes’ relationship towards you, as well as the friendships and rivalries they develop with other characters. In a world where powerful allies are one of the keys to success, this adds a brand-new element to how victory is achieved.
MATURE CONTENT DESCRIPTIONThe developers describe the content like this:

Gameplay consists of graphic and realistic-looking depictions of physical conflict, weapons and depictions of human injury and death.


SYSTEM REQUIREMENTSWindows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux

  • MINIMUM:
    • OS: Windows 7 64 Bit
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 3.00Ghz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GTX 650 Ti 1GB|HD 7850 1GB|Intel UHD Graphics 620
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 60 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: 6GB Memory if using integrated GPU

  • RECOMMENDED:
    • OS: Windows 10 64 Bit
    • Processor: Intel i5-6600 | Ryzen 5 2600X
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GTX 970 | R9 Fury X 4GB VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 60 GB available space
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I paid £32 for my copy a couple days after release from CD Keys. It was that long ago, I'm already bored of the game. Steam are way behind the curve.
Dustin_Bowcott04/07/2019 17:25

I paid £32 for my copy a couple days after release from CD Keys. It was …I paid £32 for my copy a couple days after release from CD Keys. It was that long ago, I'm already bored of the game. Steam are way behind the curve.


Overpriced garbage through the Steam Store. I remember a time not so long ago where it was common for games to sell on Steam at £29.99 fast forward 5 to 6 years and £49.99 and the sale prices tend to be weak as hell. In the past a £30 game was discounted at 50, 60, 70+% which was a genuine bargain. In the most recent sales most of the games are still £25+. Places like cdkeys, Green Man Gaming VIP are the best. Then you have Fanatical which keep cropping up with fantastic deals, Voidu, Humble Bundle etc years before Steam match it.

Steam also seem to be struggling to get new games on the platform. EA are never coming back, Epic Store are wrapping up third party exclusives, Ubisoft walked away from Steam in February of this year, I really hope that GOG Galaxy 2.0 delivers on it's features. All in one library, friend imports etc and hopefully a global profile which is visible to all.
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SoadY05/07/2019 02:10

Overpriced garbage through the Steam Store. I remember a time not so long …Overpriced garbage through the Steam Store. I remember a time not so long ago where it was common for games to sell on Steam at £29.99 fast forward 5 to 6 years and £49.99 and the sale prices tend to be weak as hell. In the past a £30 game was discounted at 50, 60, 70+% which was a genuine bargain. In the most recent sales most of the games are still £25+. Places like cdkeys, Green Man Gaming VIP are the best. Then you have Fanatical which keep cropping up with fantastic deals, Voidu, Humble Bundle etc years before Steam match it.Steam also seem to be struggling to get new games on the platform. EA are never coming back, Epic Store are wrapping up third party exclusives, Ubisoft walked away from Steam in February of this year, I really hope that GOG Galaxy 2.0 delivers on it's features. All in one library, friend imports etc and hopefully a global profile which is visible to all.


Agree. The total war summer sale on steam was pants.
It's cheaper to buy the content elsewhere
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