The 2012 strategy game Total War Battles: Shogun is getting a sequel. Publisher SEGA and developer Creative Assembly have joined hands again to make it happen: Total War Battles: Kingdom, and presented a five-minute trailer to officially announce it.
Based on the video description, Total War Battle: Kingdom is set at the turn of the 10th century when “the world starts to emerge from the Dark Ages divided and at wars”. As a lord who rebuilds his kingdom, you will see to the development of an empire and build up an invincible troop to conquer the world. Compared to its predecessor, Kingdom will be bigger. It is a fully-fledged multiplayer online strategy game. With a strong army and allies’ help, you can participate in the massive multiplayer warfare to fight for the throne. And of course, betrayal is a political tool to use on the path to victory.
Total War Battles: Kingdom is a cross-platform title. That means you can carry over your progress across PC, Mac and mobile platforms.
The launch date for this game is not set yet. It is in the “coming soon” stage right now. But if you can’t wait to pick up your role as a lord and go to wars, you can sign up for the beta test for the PC version here.