Total War: Three Kingdoms - A World Betrayed
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A World Betrayed is a decent DLC offering for Total War: Three Kingdoms, offering some interesting new content. However, it doesn't seem to quite land as sweetly as previous DLC.
Although there are some questionable mechanics and odd issues on the side, Total War: Three Kingdoms - A World Betrayed manages to excite and challenge you, all while adding refreshing features via a free update. If you only need to choose one Total War: Three Kingdoms DLC, A World Betrayed definitely surpasses Mandate of Heaven and Eight Princes.
Total War: Three Kingdoms – A World Betrayed doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but its focus on a geographically unique but underused portion of the map makes it feel like a fresh experience.
While the starring wayward sons of A World Betrayed offer flavourful and dynamic new campaigns, neither quite manages to leave the shadow of the dramatically different playstyles in the Mandate of Heaven DLC.Nic Reuben
A World Betrayed is the last expansion for Total War: Three Kingdoms, a nice addition for the players who are looking for a real challenge
Review in Italian | Read full review
A good expansion that adds factions hitherto unlike any other in 3K
"A World Betrayed" is an essential DLC for Three Kingdoms. It provides impressive combat gameplay on every aspect of Lu Bu and Sun Ce, from individual to troops strength - it is worth enjoying.
Review in Chinese | Read full review
Total War: Three Kingdoms - A World Betrayed is another fascinating addition to the main campaign for those who are still obsessed with this wonderful strategy title.
“A World Betrayed” has its flaws, such Sun Ce’s campaign being much less engaging than Lü Bu’s. Nevertheless, Creative Assembly shifting the focus less on rivalry and more on expansionism is a good reminder that no great person is able to achieve victory both in and out of the battlefield on their own. A must for Three Kingdoms fans.
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