Total War: Pharaoh to Get Major Update With New Content – INDIAN

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Total War: Pharaoh is one of the less popular parts of this strategy series. The developers want to fix this at the end of the month and will release a free add-on. Dynasties about the size of the expansion. The campaign will introduce a number of new features, including new regions on the map, cultures, units, game mechanics and significant quality of life improvements to the game itself.

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The four most famous cultures of the ancient world will enter the fight: Babylon, Assyria, Mycenae And Troy. Each will offer a unique campaign experience with iconic historical leaders, diverse armies to command, gods to worship, and more. In addition, the update will bring 25 more smaller fractionsfor example, the Aeolians led by the mythical Achilles or the Napatans led by the warrior king Memnon.

In the army you can count on over 150 new and reworked unitsincluding camel riders and faction-specific units such as the elite Trojan Guard.

The dynasties span much of the ancient world from the Aegean to Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt. That’s almost all Doubles the size of the original campaign map and adds 168 new settlements, new historical monuments, new victory objectives and much more. They have been added for traveling around this greatly expanded sandbox. new sea routeswhich speed up the fleets carrying your armies, allowing you to raid and invade further and faster.

Thanks to the new dynasty system you will be able to start a family tree and ensure that your empire will stand the test of time. You will influence your successors, as well as influence strategic marriages, heroic deaths on the battlefield, and assassinations. You will also have to deal with the classic death of old age.

The Dynasties update for Total War: Pharaoh will be released on July 25 this year and will be free for all owners of the game. This will be the last update with new content. The game includes Czech subtitles.

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Source :Indian TV

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