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Total War: Three Kingdoms DLC The Eight Kings Rebellion: Not good enough by the standards of historical games

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Last month, Shijia announced the new DLC "Eight Kings Rebellion" of "Total War: Three Kingdoms", which is scheduled to go public on August 8. In the official press release, Shijia depicted some new content: there were eight vassal kings with different styles to play with, each with unique architecture and arms. DLC also provides a similar & ldquo; true & middot; the three kingdoms are matchless & rdquo; the & ldquo; Dynasty model & rdquo; for players to experience. The plot begins in the first year of Jin Yongping (291 A.D.), 11 years after the surrender of Sun Hao, Emperor of the late Eastern Wu Dynasty, to the Jin Dynasty. The chaos of the Three Kingdoms ended and the world was briefly unified in the Jin Dynasty, but the turmoil in the Jin Dynasty's Royal Chamber had just begun: during the 16 years from the first year of Yongping to the first year of Guangxi (306 A.D.), the Western Jin imperial clan competed for The regime fought against each other, and the participants were mainly eight Sima's vassals with the same surname.
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