Lu Bu grows impatient
As Benjamin Franklin once said, "By not preparing, you are preparing to fail." This was probably a mentality that the visionary tactician Sun Tzu shared, but never wrote, so I can not quote him for this party. Philosophical ramblings aside, Total War: Three Kingdoms has been postponed to May to better prepare for the launch. Look, it's all logical now.
Rob Bartholomew, Studio Brand Director for Creative Assembly, broke the news about the official Total war website with a short V & A message about the decision. As Bartholomew put it: "With Three Kingdoms, we wanted to create a new level of complexity. That is why we need a little more time to ensure that these systems work properly and that you have the Total war experience that you have waited so patiently for "To deliver that experience, Three Kingdoms is pushed until May 23, 2019.
"We are fortunate that we are in a position to do the right thing for our games," Bartholomew writes, "and in this case it means you have to take the time to prepare everything for you. give play that you can fully enjoy, instead of sticking to a release date just because we know that not everyone will be happy with this, but in the end we think this is best for the game and our players. "
Creative Assembly is dedicated to showing more of the game before launch, probably in an effort to get feedback from fans and make the best possible Total war game. To this end, the company has published a streaming schedule for fans to check out. On 13 and 20 February fans can go to the official Total war Twitch account and view some current images of the game. Hopefully Lu Bu will appear because I bet he is dying for a fight.
Total War: THREE KINGDOMS – Development update[[[[Total war]
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