Total War: THREE KINGDOMS Mac OS X

Do you want a real time turn-based strategy game for macOS ? If so, Total War: THREE KINGDOMS Mac OS X is the best option! This game revolutionised the strategy games industry for PC. This is the 13th main title in the series, it was released on May 23, 2019. It received general acclaim from the critics and many players called it the best title in the series. You can play Total War: THREE KINGDOMS on macOS for free and very easy. Enjoy!

Total War: THREE KINGDOMS mac os x

Total War: THREE KINGDOMS Mac OS X
– About –

Set during the “Three Kingdoms” historical period, Total War: THREE KINGDOMS has 2 gameplay modes. One of them is called “Romance”, which features some superhuman power for the generals. The other one is called “Records”. This mode is for those players who want to experience a historical game, full of real events and an authentic storyline. Total War: THREE KINGDOMS for Mac offers 12 faction from which you can choose. Your main mission is to defeat all the enemies in order to unify China and become its ruler.

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A new feature added to this title is the concept of “guanxi”. Now the generals can establish social connections with other characters. These are very important and, at some point, can even decide the fate of a battle. There are a lot discover in this great game for mac. Total War: THREE KINGDOMS Mac OS is waiting for you do start playing and become the ultimate ruler.

Total War: THREE KINGDOMS Mac OS X

Total War: THREE KINGDOMS for macOS
– Minimum System Requirements –

CPU:  Intel Core 2 Duo
CPU Speed: 3.0 GHz
RAM: 4 GB
OS: OS X 10.11
Video Card: TX 650 Ti / HD 7850 / Intel UHD Graphics 620
HDD Space: 65 GB

NOTE: This game is FREE TO DOWNLOAD, but to get access to this game you need to create a FREE account (more details on the download page). In this way, you will receive any new additional content (if available) and a lot more games and software for your Macbook/iMac.

 

 

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