Total War Battles: Kingdom comes to Windows PC this week

By: Radu Tyrsina
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As a kid, I remember being fascinated by the Total War games. The fact that you could be in the middle of the action was a mind-blowing proposition for a kid  just getting into PC games.

Now, the new Total War Battles: Kingdom is out for Windows PC, developed by the same team who built Total War Battles: SHOGUN.

Total War Battles: Kingdom comes to Windows PCs

Total War Battles: Kingdom is a cross-platform game, so you’ll be able to download it from Steam and the usual mobile platforms. The gameplay is set in Medieval England, and combines realm building and management with real-time battles.

The game has been in open beta for almost a year now and it’s releasing this week in its final form. While the game is free-to-play, it does contain many in-app purchases and time-restricted gameplay elements, things that have resulted in many users being disappointed by the game.

The game will be released on March 24 for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android devices, PC and Mac, so make sure to check it out.

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