Total War: Three Kingdom got New Trailer which takes us on a tour of China


The upcoming title of Sega and Creative Assembly, Total War: Three Kingdoms got a new cinematic trailer showcasing the beautiful landscapes of Ancient China. Not only that but also this trailer is also showcasing the legendary hero Zhuge Liang whose presence was expected in this trailer and so the Sega does.

If you are a fan of Total War: Three Kingdom you might aware of the fact that this title introduces great visuals in this game as showcasing in this trailer. This trailer shows a realistic visualization of the landscapes of China which looks amazing. Although this trailer doesn’t show much about this title, this is an amazing trailer launched just before two months of its official launch. Apart from that, Zhuge Liang is a Skilled deviser to whom players can get in Total War; Three Kingdoms.

Meanwhile, Total War: Three Kingdoms is set to launch on March 7, 2019. Although this title was supposed to launch in 2018 but was delayed in June due to some reasons before the appearance of this game at E3. But now the trailer also shows that the game will be launching on March 7. Also, if you make a pre-purchase of this game there’s an offer for you. You’ll get a Yellow Turban Rebellion for free.

So, just wait for two more months to enter the Battlefield. Till then, if you haven’t watched the new trailer of Total War; Three Kingdoms, you can take a look over it from here. Also, it is expected that there will be more trailers and videos will be coming in the upcoming weeks. So, stay tuned to us for all the updates.

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