Total War: Three Kingdoms

System requirements Total War: Three Kingdoms:

Operating system: Windows 7, 8, 10 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 3.00Ghz
RAM: 4 GB of RAM
Graphics card: GTX 650 Ti 1GB | HD 7850 1GB | Intel UHD Graphics 620
DirectX: Versions 11
Disk space: 60 GB

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Description

Total War: Three Kingdoms

Total War: Three Kingdoms (Total War: Free Kingdoms) – the continuation of the popular series of strategies. This game tells the story of ancient China of the second century AD, because this period was filled with great warriors, commanders and iconic personalities. Studio Creative Assembly is very productive lately. By releasing various additions to the previous games in the series, they do not forget about new trends in the market, and have released a completely new project.

Plot:

The game takes place in our second century. This period was one of the most intense in the history of ancient China, so if you have not studied its history before, it will be very difficult to navigate in a dramatically changing environment. For the past 400 years, the Han dynasty ruled in China, but there is nothing eternal. After the death of the emperor Lin-Di, the empire fell into disrepair and fell apart, ruled by individual commanders. They began to wage war with each other for the ascension to the throne of the empire.

Gameplay:

The main goal of the game is very clear – you will assume the role of one of the commanders and will wage a bloody war with other rulers for the ascension to the throne of the Empire. To achieve this will not be easy, because the legitimate emperor Dong Zhuo also wishes the death of all rulers. For quite a long time, the developers did not change the battle system in the Total War series. In the Three Kingdoms it finally happened. Now an important feature that radically changes the course of the battle will be the endurance of your soldiers. In combat, their fatigue will increase tirelessly and this will require the use of non-standard tactics from the players. Naturally, the game does not mean managing only your part of the empire. If you conduct successful diplomatic negotiations, achieve success in battles, you can significantly expand the boundaries of your kingdom.

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