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Making it the biggest launch on Steam this year. Released last week, Total War: Three Kingdoms shifts the focus to historical China in what has been one of the most impressive releases in the franchise's long history. The setting has also seen it become a huge success in China - with Creative Assembly noting that the region has become one of its largest markets.

Speaking with, Rob Bartholomew, Chief Product Officer said, “We’re now at a point where China is absolutely the most major market for Three Kingdoms. And it’s definitely hovering around in that top six collection of territories that we have for all of our games that we’re selling at the moment.”

With the vibrant and romantic vision of Total War: Three Kingdoms, it's no wonder that the biggest slice of the player-base is located in China. That said, global fans of the series have been enjoying it too - with current user reviews sitting at Very Positive.

“We knew we had something special with Three Kingdoms but the response from players, old and new, has exceeded all expectations,” said Rob Bartholomew in a separate statement. “We’re seeing a lot of ‘best Total War ever’ comments out there. We’re very proud.”

As a huge success no doubt we'll see additional content coming for the foreseeable future. It isn't just the setting that makes Total War: Three Kingdoms a success, the revamped diplomacy moves the series forward in meaningful ways - which we dived into as part of our review.

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