Total War: Three Kingdoms Debuts a New Video for Records Mode

Creative Assembly have released a new expansive video today for Total War: Three Kingdoms, going over the new Records Mode in the game. Records Mode, in short, is a history lesson on the era, going off of what was officially written at the time about these characters and what was happening in China at the time. It's basically a counterpoint to Romance Mode in the game, which focuses more on the characters and the stories that have been told over the years. This is the mode for history buffs and people who love a longer game. According to the devs, in this particular battle "the Ironfirst warlord, Gongsun Zan, must use military precision to best the opposing warrior Ma Chao, the loyal heir of Ma Teng". Want to know who will win? Kick back with some popcorn as the Total War: Three Kingdoms video lasts over 20-minutes. Enjoy!

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