Total Conquest Strategy Game from the Windows Store Gets Better Graphics

By: Radu Tyrsina
Less than a 1 minute read

Gameloft’s strategy game Total Conquest is one of the best games to download from the Windows Store and that’s mainly thanks to the fact that it is reiceiving frequent updates. Today we’re talking about the latest one that improves its visuals.
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If you are playing strategy game Total Conquest for Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and early Windows 10, then you will be happy to hear about some recent updates that have been released. Here are the new features that the most recent version has brought:

  • New Conquest Mode – the ultimate test of strategy & teamwork; battle rival factions across a map of the Empire
  • A new unit only available as a Conquest Mode reward, explodes upon death & returns to the fight once per battle
  • Graphics Upgrade: Environments that are more vibrant & stylized
  • Request reinforcements via chat for the exact troops you need

READ ALSO: How to Downgrade From Windows 10 to Windows 8.1

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