Total War: Three Kingdoms will get a Dynasty Mode on August 8th

SEGA and Creative Assembly have announced a new game mode for Total War: Three Kingdoms, called Dynasty mode. Dynasty Mode will be a brand-new free game mode, designed in collaboration with Intel.

This new horde-style mode will allow players to test their survival prowess against waves of enemies with ever-increasing difficulty levels using an army comprised solely of three hero units.

Characters in Dynasty mode are legendarily powerful and have access to a plethora of unique abilities; from healing buffs to area-based attacks which can floor droves of soldiers at a stroke.

As your enemies fall to the might of your heroes, they grow in strength and size over time with generals taking to the field of battle every third wave in an attempt to halt your dominance. Defeating them earns your heroes extra points to spend on new skills between waves.

Players can also increase the challenge using the new unit size slider. This slider will enable them to drastically increase the unit size of the enemies they face from the standard 80 men up to a gargantuan 960 men per unit. This will test both their heroes’ skills – and their PCs’ performance – to the max.

Dynasty Mode will support solo or online in three-player co-op mode with friends.

In order to celebrate this announcement, SEGA released a new trailer for this free game mode that you can find below.

Enjoy!

Total War: THREE KINGDOMS - Dynasty Mode Trailer

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