http://www.pcgamer.com/total-war-three-kingdoms-heads-to-ancient-china-later-this-year/ http://store.steampowered.com/app/779340/Total_War_Three_Kingdoms/ In November, Creative Assembly discussed the direction of its historical games—teasing scant information on what would become series spin-off Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia, Rome 2's Empire divided DLC, and a then unnamed "brand new era" in the process. Now, the developer has unveiled Total War: Three Kingdoms, which visits ancient China for the first time and is due later this year. Set in 190CE, Three Kingdoms sees China in turmoil wherein Dong Zhuo's oppressive regime is gaining pace, and the Han Dynasty empire is at war with itself. This is like a dream come true for me. Total War has been my go to since its inception. Three Kingdoms is one of my absolute favorite periods in history. I always wanted them to do this and I never thought they actually would, even when their games were purely historical focused, but now post Warhammer, I know they're going to do an insane job with this. I hope we don't see a historical China, but a folklore China. I want to see Kongming out there with his mechanical Ox and shit. Lu Bu soloing entire armies. And riverboat combat! SO EXCITE.