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Like one of those gorgeous period action films depicting the same turbulent time-period, Total War: Three Kingdoms presents a vibrant and stunning China to serve as the back-drop for war. The new trailer it light on, well, Total War, in that there's no real action-sequences. But, it makes up for it with a cinematic in-engine look at the setting.

And a few of the characters too.


This realm of breath-taking natural beauty lies fractured, torn asunder by power-hungry warlords each vying for control of China's future. Lush subtropics, iconic mountains drenched in mist, and tranquil golden rivers serve as the backdrop for the bloodiest period in ancient Chinese history.

Zhuge Liang, an incredibly talented strategist, is willing only to serve an honourable master. In this age of boundless greed, hope of finding someone worthy seems lost. Until he meets the kind and virtuous man of the people, Liu Bei. Together, they will fight to bring peace to China and restore harmony to its embattled landscape.

Total War: Three Kingdoms is out March 7 for PC.



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