Most of the time, it’s a file all-out war The community waits every week for news about war hammer. However, there are moments when fans of historical titles grapple with upcoming content, especially those related to it Total War: Three Kingdoms. Total War: Three Kingdoms. You can only imagine the collective surprise when Creative Assembly announced that it would no longer be releasing additional DLC or patches as the studio was working on another game. This project happens to be around the Three Kingdoms period of China.
The news came as a shock after Creative Assembly released a developer update video to talk about the future Total War: Three Kingdoms. Total War: Three Kingdoms. Statistics were shared, such as the number of soldiers killed by Lu Bu and the number of players who decided to go on a journey with Lord Benivolence, Liu Bei. Things have been getting better, and I think fans can expect new content to be announced. Unfortunately, this was not the case.
Why Total War: Three Kingdoms. Total War: Three Kingdoms shocking news
Total War: Three Kingdoms. Total War: Three Kingdoms It is currently the Creative Assembly’s leading historical title (sorry, Rome remastered And the Troy). It’s relatively new (released in 2019 instead of Warhammer II which came out in 2017). Likewise, there was a planned northern expansion and people expected that we would see the Goguryeo Kingdom of Korea. Stalled development is really annoying.
Furthermore, we have not yet reached the actual Three Kingdoms period of China. The game’s base campaign has a start date of AD 190, a time when rival warlords clashed with the slowly collapsing Han Empire. Then DLCs followed, like Paradise State, which had an early start date because it related to the Yellow Turban Rebellion, treacherous world, which saw Lu Bu and Sun Ce expand vigorously, and Fate is divided, which focused on Cao Cao and Yuan Shao’s battle for dominance. until we saw angry wild, and look at the rise of Meng Huo and Nanman, and eight princes, which quickly redirected the timeline to the point where the Jin Dynasty actually ruled.
Although players can see glimpses of certain events and characters (for example, Liu Bei recruiting Zhuge Liang or rulers declaring themselves emperors due to the “Realm Divide” mechanism), we’ve never played a place where the Three Kingdoms of Wei and Shu compete for supremacy .
Also keep in mind that the project is a standalone title that will not be in context war hammer (For example, previously purchased DLCs will not carry over to the sequel.) Likewise, completely abandoning a game with an active player base is downright disconcerting. As such, it is understandable why many are upset. The game is under construction Review bombarded on SteamAnd the all-out war‘s subreddit He has criticism for the studio, and the dev update video (shown below) has more hate than positive comments. So, is there hope on the horizon?
What’s next in store?
As stated by Creative Assembly Game Director Jack Lusted and other developers, support for Total War: Three Kingdoms. Total War: Three Kingdoms It would allow the studio to focus on a new historical title based on the same setting and time period. Also, like clearer By Community Manager Grace Carroll, this new title will rely heavily on بشكل Romance of the Three Kingdoms, or San Joo Yan Ye, a novel written by Luo Guanzhong during the fourteenth century. The novel blended historical events with fantastical action, exciting adventures, sophisticated characters, cultural traditions, and fantastical incidents. It is considered one of the pillars of Chinese and East Asian literature.
To be fair, the concept is partially noticeable when selecting Romance Mode, and what with duels, skills, and unmatched generals who can turn into one-man armies. But it ends once the SDF takes over. Now, though, Creative Assembly claims that this upcoming title will emphasize characters and stories even more than before.
We can only guess what the future will entail, but I’m somewhat intrigued. This is partly due to how the last two DLC (wild angry And the Fate is divided) didn’t really lead to groundbreaking changes. As mentioned on our website Fate is divided reconsideringI was already disappointed by the lack of events and dilemmas. Likewise, as someone who grew up reading and enjoying Romance of the Three Kingdoms and its adaptations in various forms of media, Creative Assembly’s offering appears dangerously close to following in the footsteps of Koei Tecmo’s long-running historical simulation franchise (also called Romance of the Three Kingdoms). Somehow, we’ve seen the same campaign map, and the additional DLCs have changed start dates while adding playable leaders.
Personally, I would like a change of pace, something that really captures the imagination as the base game did. Well, we have not yet experienced Changban, Chibi/Red Cliff, Chengdu and Hanzhong dash, Jing County fall, Southern expeditions and Northern expeditions/Wuzhang Plains. Moreover, we have seen Napoleon follow on empire And the Attila follow on Rome. Knowing this, this will probably be the next title that focuses on character and story Total War: Zhuge Liang. Would anyone be willing to bet their feathered fans on that?