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Total War: THREE KINGDOMS in March

SEGA and Creative Assembly announce a March 7th release date for Total War: THREE KINGDOMS. This follows the recent news that the strategy game was delayed until the spring, ironically meaning the delayed game will also be early, since March 7th is still winter. This will be available in your choice of digital, limited, and collector's editions. Preorders are now underway on Steam as well as all the outlets listed on this page, and they promise a Yellow Turban Rebellion DLC pack as a preorder incentive. This trailer shows off that campaign, and here are more details:

Gamers purchasing Total War: THREE KINGDOMS through a SEGA approved retailer* before release or in the first week on sale will gain a free Early Adopter bonus: The Yellow Turban Rebellion™.

The Yellow Turban Rebellion is a Warlord Pack DLC, introducing three new playable Warlords for the Grand Campaign, enabling players to lead armies of bandits, zealots and commoners in a crusade to topple the corrupt Han Dynasty and forge a new future for the people of China.

Featuring a thrilling new unit roster of religious and spiritual warriors drawn from the downtrodden masses, this Warlord Pack also introduces three new hero classes – Scholars, Healers, and Veterans – plus new character virtues and skills built around the three tenets of Taoism: Frugality, Compassion, and Humility.

Total War: THREE KINGDOMS is now available for pre-order from Steam HERE and other retailers worldwide HERE. The game will release for Windows PC on March 7th, 2019, and shortly afterwards on macOS and Linux via Feral Interactive.

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