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Sega and Creative Assembly have pushed back the release date of upcoming Total War entry, Total War: Three Kingdoms.

The game was originally scheduled to release on March 7th, but has been pushed back to May 23rd, 2019 to give the team time to fix bugs, improve localization, and polish the game.

“With Three Kingdoms, we set out to create a new level of complexity. As such, we need a little more time to make sure these systems deliver as intended and give you the Total War experience you’ve waited so patiently for,” studio brand director Rob Bartholomew said.

“Of course, the extra time won’t hurt when it comes to fixing those bugs that have been hard to nail down, getting the localisation just right, and adding additional polish to help it shine. We all know those little details make a big difference.”

An FAQ for the delay reassures Total War fans that this delay will not result in the previously teased new DLC for Total War: Warhammer II being delayed, but it does mean that it will now arrive before Total War: Three Kingdoms.

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Total War: Three Kingdoms suffers a delay

Total War: Three Kingdoms has been given a new release date.

By Matthew Bennett | 02/11/2019 07:26 AM PT

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Sega and Creative Assembly have pushed back the release date of upcoming Total War entry, Total War: Three Kingdoms.

The game was originally scheduled to release on March 7th, but has been pushed back to May 23rd, 2019 to give the team time to fix bugs, improve localization, and polish the game.

“With Three Kingdoms, we set out to create a new level of complexity. As such, we need a little more time to make sure these systems deliver as intended and give you the Total War experience you’ve waited so patiently for,” studio brand director Rob Bartholomew said.

“Of course, the extra time won’t hurt when it comes to fixing those bugs that have been hard to nail down, getting the localisation just right, and adding additional polish to help it shine. We all know those little details make a big difference.”

An FAQ for the delay reassures Total War fans that this delay will not result in the previously teased new DLC for Total War: Warhammer II being delayed, but it does mean that it will now arrive before Total War: Three Kingdoms.

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89