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Feral Interactive announced earlier today that the Eight Princes DLC for Total War: THREE KINGDOMS is now officially available on Linux. Plus there's a nice big Total War sale going on.

Eight Princes DLC new features:

  • New campaign set 100 years after the Three Kingdoms period began.
  • Eight playable princes from the Jin dynasty, each with different playstyles.
  • New buildings, assignments and court options.
  • New elite units, from armoured crossbowmen to mighty cataphracts.
  • Four new alignments to shape your faction’s development: Wealth, Spirit, Might, and Mind.
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Want to know a lot more about it? See the official Total War blog.

Additionally, Feral Interactive also pushed out the latest updates to Total War: THREE KINGDOMS for Linux today as well, which brings with it the new Dynasty Mode which sounds like a huge amount of fun with some massive battles possible. Great to see Feral get it all up to date, good stuff.

Total War: THREE KINGDOMS - Eight Princes can be picked up from the Feral Store, Humble Store or Steam.

Since this is very much on topic, Humble Store just announced their Total War Week sale! There's some great deals going for those of you who fancy running some sort of empire. Some quick picks:

Plus there's all sorts of DLC on sale too. Check out the full sale here.

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