Posts Tagged ‘Total War Battles: Kingdom’

F2P Total War Battles: Kingdom Trundles Out Of Beta

Y’know those free-to-play games where you build kingdoms and armies and have simple battles and spend a lot of time waiting for buildings to complete while the game gently but insistently urges you to spend real money to speed it all up? Total War Battles: Kingdom [official site] is very much one of them. After a year in open beta testing, The Creative Assembly have properly launched their Come-Play-My-Lord ’em up free-to-play on PC and all those pocket telephones. It’s not a Total War game at all, beyond the name, but maybe you enjoy that sort of playing discretely, my lord?

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F2P Total War Battles: Kingdom Is In Open Beta Now

Total War Battles: Kingdom [official site] is my favourite name in videogames right now. It’s from the school of game names where the words can tumble out of your mouth in any order and an equal amount of sense: Kingdom War: Total Battles; Total Kingdom: War Battles; Solid Gear: Metal Ground Zeroes. It’s a free-to-play game, so I’m crossing my fingers for name-extended DLC. Total War Battles: Kingdom Siege Conflict, Total War Battles: Kingdom Fire Mission.

Anyway! Anyway, like the title says, Creative Assembly’s “persistent-world strategy game” is now in open beta.

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F2P Spin-Off Total War Battles: Kingdom Announced

Fighting people.

The final round popped out as Philippa racked her Beretta M9’s slide. Clack-click ti-ting. That was it. That was them. Over. She spat blood and knew the warm wailing sirens wouldn’t arrive in time. She hauled herself to the keyboard and started to type, each letter booming like so many gunshots leading to this moment. “Warr! Huah! Yeah,” she wrote. “What is she good for?” Heh. Good…

I am grateful to The Creative Assembly for continuing to make big Total War announcements so I can continue practising my Pipfic. This time they’ve announced Total War Battles: Kingdom, a free-to-play take on battles and armies and metal hats for PC and pocket telephones.

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