First in-engine cinematic trailer released for Total War: Three Kingdoms

SEGA today revealed the first in-engine cinematic trailer for Total War: Three Kingdoms, the next historical title in the Total War strategy series from Creative Assembly launching in Spring 2019. Total War: Three Kingdoms is the first Total War game to take inspiration from a romanticised version of History.

Influenced by Luo Guanzhong’s 14th century historical epic ‘Romance of the Three Kingdoms’, it follows the dramatic lives and deeds of near-mythical warlords and their retainers in 2nd to 3rd century China as they try to unite the country under their rule and forge the next great dynasty.

Revealed in this first in-game cinematic is one such leader with designs on being the one true ruler of China, the cunning strategic mastermind, Cao Cao. Bringing grand speeches, breath-taking siege battles and legendary duels to Total War: Three Kingdoms, Cao Cao will no doubt be the leader of choice for players who enjoy a “divide and conquer” approach.

In another series first, Total War: Three Kingdoms features a romanticised version of the period including generals with preternatural fighting abilities able to tackle scores of enemy troops single-handedly and heavily influence battles. However, true to the series’ legacy, the game will also feature a Classic Mode that offers a more grounded, historically authentic Total War experience.

Enjoy!

Total War: THREE KINGDOMS – Cao Cao In-Engine Trailer

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