A Total War Saga: THRONES OF BRITANNIA Coming to Mac and Linux
Feral Interactive today announced that A Total War Saga: THRONES OF BRITANNIA, an epic historical strategy game, will be released for macOS and Linux shortly after the Windows release on April 19th. Originally developed by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA for Windows, the game is the first in the new Total War Saga series of standalone games inspired by great turning points of history.
The game is set in the British Isles in 878 AD, as Anglo-Saxons, Gaelic clans and Viking settlers vie for supremacy. Players will command one of ten factions, each with a unique branching narrative, and make decisions that reshape history in unexpected and exciting ways.
Combining huge real-time battles with engrossing turn-based strategy, THRONES OF BRITANNIA challenges players to build and defend a kingdom. Players will forge alliances, manage settlements, raise armies and embark on a campaign of conquest from the snowbound highlands of Gaelic Scotland to the green fields of Anglo-Saxon Kent.
“The choices players make in the game’s campaigns have far-reaching consequences,” said David Stephen, Managing Director of Feral Interactive. “As they make decisions in response to a sequence of seismic events, players will forge their own diverging paths through the turbulent years following King Alfred the Great’s initial victory over the Viking invasion.”
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About Total War
Multi-million-selling Total War is one of the most critically-acclaimed series in gaming, now over 15 years old. A drive for historical authenticity and superb gaming quality has helped establish the franchise as one of the most successful PC games of all time. Alongside the core historical-based games, the Total War series has expanded to include free-to-play mobile (Total War Battles: KINGDOM) and PC titles (Total War: ARENA). Their dedicated development teams are joined by those working on Total War: WARHAMMER and future Total War titles.
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