Skip to Content
SUBSTANTIAL PATCH FOR TOTAL WAR: THREE KINGDOMS AS TEAM TRANSITIONS TO NEW PROJECT

SUBSTANTIAL PATCH FOR TOTAL WAR: THREE KINGDOMS AS TEAM TRANSITIONS TO NEW PROJECT

Creative Assembly today announces a substantial patch for Total War: THREE KINDGOMS, as well as exciting news on the future of the series, explained in a newly released Dev Diary.

The 1.7.1 patch which goes live today contains numerous community-requested fixes, as well as an important change to the campaign map that sees Mount Song and Hulao pass move to their correct locations. This also allows for some additional improvements to areas around the Yellow River, preventing players getting past gate passes quite so easily – which is a good thing!

In the accompanying Dev Diary, Creative Assembly look back at the past two years of development on Three Kingdoms, sharing the exciting news that while the content for Three Kingdoms DLC is now complete, the team has transitioned onto another project based on the Romance of the Three Kingdoms novel.

As outlined in the video, the team will share more of their direction and scope for this new project when they’re able. For now, the team have indicated that they will be “increasing [their] focus on this novel’s rich cast of characters and their individual and unique narratives, taking the core of what made Total War: THREE KINGDOMS so special and pushing it further.”

Alongside this important update from the team, SEGA announced a new ‘Complete your Collection’ bundle, allowing players to fill in any gaps in their Three Kingdom’s DLC library at a further discount. This offer will go live alongside the 1.7.1 patch and will end on Thursday 8th July.

To find out the details of the 1.7.1 patch, please visit the Total War blog. There you will also be able to find more information about Total War: THREE KINGDOMS and the other Total War games in development. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date and subscribe to Total War’s YouTube Channel for future news about gameplay videos.