In my opinion, it’s better for a game to be delayed than to be released with glitches and bugs, and it seems that Creative Assembly and SEGA wholeheartedly agrees. Creative Assembly has announced that the highly anticipated strategy title, Total War: Three Kingdoms, will now be releasing on May 23 rather instead of March 7.
Via a blog post, Rob Bartholomew, Studio Brand Director at Creative Assembly, elaborated on why Total War: Three Kingdoms has been delayed, sharing that the studio wants the final product of Total War: Three Kingdoms to be the best it can be for players:
“We’re lucky to be in a position to do the right thing for our games, and in this case, it means taking the time to get everything ready for you. “It’s important that we give you a game that you can enjoy to the fullest, and we’re excited for you to see what we have in store.”
Total War: Three Kingdoms will be officially launching on PC on May 23.
Author’s take: Strategy games, like Total War: Three Kingdoms, require a lot of specific tweaks, and game balancing for these games is a huge task. I don’t blame Creative Assembly for wanting to push back the release of the game.
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