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Classic bronze-age RTS TFC: The Fertile Crescent gets a first trailer

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TFC: The Fertile Crescent is the brand new upcoming paid Steam version of the popular free RTS on itch.io and a first trailer for this has now landed. As a big RTS fan, and someone who played plenty of the older free version, I'm very much looking forward to this.

"Inspired by the real history of the Near East Bronze Age era, TFC utilizes classic RTS elements while offering a unique perspective for the genre. Taking technological limitations and advancements into account, players will need to carefully consider how to spend their precious Knowledge Points, as they explore the Village Improvements that are designed to enable players to quickly counter an opponent’s strategy."

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No exact date yet other than sometime hopefully in early 2022.

You can wishlist / follow on Steam and try the free version on itch.io.

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eldaking 8 Dec, 2021
Nice, the trailer looks even better than the game used to be. The looks are very on point, and I also much prefer the "classic" style of gameplay for RTS.
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