Total War: Three Kingdoms’ first expansion comes out 3rd September 2020, Creative Assembly has announced.
The Furious Wild is set in the jungles around Southern China, and adds four new factions to the strategy game as well as an extension to the map.
Tribal warlords Meng Huo, King Mulu, Lady Zhurong, and King Shamole are playable, as are over 25 new units, including flaming mace and blowpipe units, and elephants and tigers.
There’s a new tech tree, new faction mechanics, and unique missions and narrative events bespoke for the Nanman culture.
The expansion arrives alongside a free update for all players that includes a new Han Warlord, Shi Xie, flame-firing Juggernaut artillery, Gate Battles and more.
The Furious Wild expansion costs £14.99, but if you pre-purchase it before launch you can get it for £13.49.
Our Chris Tapsell penned Eurogamer’s Total War: Three Kingdoms review back in May 2019, awarding it a recommended badge. “Ambitious and sometimes overwhelming, Three Kingdoms does a great job of capturing the complexity of China’s vivid past,” he said.