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Today, porting studio Feral Interactive have released the Total War: THREE KINGDOMS - A World Betrayed expansion for Linux (and macOS) following the Windows release last month.

With a brand new start date at 194 CE, A World Betrayed portrays a seminal moment in the history of the Three Kingdoms. Many of the iconic warlords of Total War: THREE KINGDOMS have now passed on, a catalyst that has spurred a new generation of warlords into making a play for their own dynasties.

Features:

  • Begin a new campaign in 194 CE, two years after the tyrant Dong Zhuo’s death at the hands of his adoptive son, Lü Bu
  • Two new factions led by Lü Bu and Sun Ce, each with unique faction mechanics and story events
  • New starting positions and challenges for existing factions
  • Unique new battlefield units, campaign mechanics, events and objectives
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On top of that, it also brings the Linux version up to date with the 1.5.0 and 1.5.1 updates from the Windows side, which does bring in some major changes. Also now supported is the free White Tiger Yan DLC which gives you a new playable character, new unique faction mechanics and new units. You can see the full details of what changed in Three Kingdoms 1.5.0 here.

Available to buy from the Feral Store, Humble Store and Steam priced around $9.99 / £7.99 / €9,99.

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4 comments

KohlyKohl 9 Apr, 2020
Purchased from Feral so they get all my money.
Vadi 9 Apr, 2020
Not seeing the 1.5.1 update here on Linux just yet.
Liam Dawe 9 Apr, 2020
Quoting: VadiNot seeing the 1.5.1 update here on Linux just yet.
Looks like 1.5.1 was rolled back on all platforms due to a serious crash bug on Windows, Linux at least is on-par though at 1.5 now.
Pangaea 9 Apr, 2020
Sigh, another steam exclusive despite being available in different "stores".

I recommend watching the Three Kingdoms series, from China. I saw it quite a few years ago, and it was excellent, and goes through basically the whole history. Combat is rather over the top, but overall it was a very enjoyable experience. There were 200 episodes or something wild like that.
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