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Total War: SHOGUN II Fall of the Samurai Becomes A Total War Saga

Creative Assembly announces Total War: SHOGUN II Fall of the Samurai is now part of their Total War Saga series under the new title of A Total War Saga: FALL OF THE SAMURAI. This is now available on Steam, and all existing owners are receiving all of the game's faction pack DLCs except the Blood Pack for free. For everyone else, the Windows, macOS, and Linux game is now available for 75% off. There are more details on the change on the Total War Blog, and here's an overview:

FALL OF THE SAMURAI has always encapsulated what Creative Assembly believe a Saga title should aspire to in terms of their size and scope. These titles take the grand strategy and real-time battles of a core Total War game and channel them into an intense flashpoint of history, letting you experience and ultimately determine the outcome of pivotal moments in history when the future of entire nations hung in the balance.

FALL OF THE SAMURAI depicts the dramatic clash of traditional Samurai culture with the explosive power of modern weaponry, and now includes all DLC faction packs. Set 400 years after the events of Total War: SHOGUN 2, you must guide ancient Japan into the modern age as the arrival of America, Britain and France incites a ferocious civil war which will decide the future of a nation.

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1. Re: Total War: SHOGUN II Fall of the Samurai Becomes A Total War Saga Aug 13, 2019, 08:44 eRe4s3r
 
Ok I admit it, I read this 3 times and I am more confused than when I started. Because I own Shogun 2 + Fall of Samurai already so what exactly is the point of rebranding a DLC for Shogun 2 to a full game title 7 years and 5 months after it released  
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