Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV announced for PS4, PC

Romance of the Three Kingdoms

Koei Tecmo has announced Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV, the latest entry in its popular strategy series, for PlayStation 4 and PC, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals. It will launch this winter in Japan.

Here are the first details:

One Big Map Where Multiple Scenes Occur

  • “Lord-like gameplay,” where both Domestic commands and battles occur on the same map, is being deepened.
  • The game will progress by plotting / cycling through the “strategy phase,” in which you instruct Domestic and military commands, and the “advance phase,” in which those instructions are put into effect.

New Element: “War Front”

  • All of China is divided into small divisions (HEX), and each division becomes a basis of income for each faction.
  • A division can be obtained by simply occupying it with your troops, and there is no requirement of conquering cities.
  • When attacking enemies, you can also utilize tactics such as breaking its connection with cities to cut off logistics.

More Than 1,000 Officers: The Highest in the Series Yet

  • There are officers that may ignore the player’s commands.
  • There are active officers who will not only await a command, but propose their own.
  • Even an officer with low stats is unique, and no officer is just a placeholder.

Configure the “Governments” of Each faction

  • By setting officers on the organization chart, you can obtain various effects and special commands.
  • The configuration of an organization chart will change depending on the ideology of the ruler.

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