Total War: Three Kingdoms gets bloodier with its first DLC

Total War: Three Kingdoms gets bloodier with its first DLC

Total War: Three Kingdoms gets bloodier with its first DLC

When it comes to video games, age rating matter, as while most consumers ignore them, publisher and not insignificant proportion of the population do. With the Total War series, Creative Assembly and SEGA target a PEGI 16 rating in Europe, but this presents an issue. How does one decrease the levels of violence in a war simulator? The simple answer is this, no blood. 

But what if I want blood? Thankfully Creative Assembly has an answer for you, and in the case of Total War: Three Kingdoms it’s the “Reign of Blood” DLC, which ups the violence by adding blood, new combat animations, kill moves, dismemberment and a “Blood scaler” to give users the exact amount of blood they want.  

With the extra work that has gone into this DLC, the “Reign of Blood” DLC, it is unsurprising that the content isn’t free. Thankfully though, this DLC is a cheap one, costing £1.99 in the UK, $2.99 in the US and €2.99 in Europe. The DLC will also be coming to the Linux version of Total War: Three Kingdoms, but only after the DLC’s release on Windows PCs. 

The release date of the Total War Three Kingdoms Blood Pack will be June 27th, with the DLC being available on Steam. 

 

 

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