Total War PHARAOH feature

Total War: PHARAOH releases this October on PC, will be using Denuvo

SEGA and Creative Assembly have announced the next part in their Total Wars series, Total War: PHARAOH. Total War: PHARAOH is coming to PC in October 2023, and it will be using the Denuvo anti-tamper tech.

In Total War: PHARAOH, players will immerse themselves in ancient Egypt at the zenith of its power and experience the dramatic events that threaten its destruction. According to its description, the game will have dynamic real-time battles and turn-based empire management mechanics.

Moreover, players will lead their soldiers through sudden and dramatic shifts in weather, such as torrential rain and sandstorms, and witness the tides of battle turn as it directly impacts the surrounding terrain.

Total War: PHARAOH will also have a new Campaign Customisation feature. Thus, players will be able to customize how they play with an extended range of campaign customisation options, such as random starting positions for all factions, detailed resource settings, the ability to toy with natural disasters and much more.


Total War: PHARAOH - Announce Trailer

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