Total War: Three Kingdoms is dead, long live Total War: Three Kingdoms mods. These have always been a huge part of experience playing Total War games and with every new release that pioneering community has only grown larger. We’re now
If you’re a fan of digital adaptations of Warhammer, you’ve got an exciting week ahead of you. The Skulls for the Skull Throne event returns with a shorter name on June 3, and the event begins with a stream promising
Creative Assembly is facing a vociferous backlash over its decision to end support for Total War: Three Kingdoms.
This week the British developer announced it had wrapped up work on Total War: Three Kingdoms with the 1.7.1 patch. No more
Yesterday Creative Assembly announced that expansion and patch support for Total War: Three Kingdoms would cease, two years (and a week) since release. In its place, a new game that’s also based off the iconic Romance of the Three Kingdoms
Moves onto another Romance of the Three Kingdoms game.
Creative Assembly has wrapped up work on Total War: Three Kingdoms.
The 1.7.1 patch, which goes live today, marks the end of the British studio’s post-launch support for the popular strategy
Why bother with pointless frippery like wheels when you’ve got a massive ornery bear population right on hand? That’s the philosophy Total War: Warhammer III’s Kislev faction takes to the strategy game’s battlefields anyway, and you can see it in
There’s nothing quite like a successful cavalry charge in Total War, is there? Especially in the Warhammer games, models go flying when you pull it off – sort of how they used to do in the original Rome: Total War.
Ah, the mighty dread saurian. If any reptile ever lived up to the name “thunder lizard,” this is the one – although in Total War: Warhammer II’s The Hunter & The Beast DLC, you’re limited to just two main varieties.