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Aurei Imperii is a recently released new mod for M2TW set at 150 BC right before the 3rd Punic War. The release is a beta concentrating on the campaign only, real-time battles are not currently supported as the development has focused on the grand strategy part of the game. The features include: Recruitment based on area of influence with a government system; Improved AI; Scripts to help AI in finances and military; Traits for improved gameplay and roleplay; Functional Hot-Seat campaign & Overhaul to almost everything! Find the mod here.
The Great Conflicts 872-1071
Another new mod for M2TW; Great Conflicts covers the major conflict between the Roman Empire, The Bulgar Empire and The Frankish Empire. Local conflicts between factions in Italy, Balkans and North Africa, and invasion of peoples from the east. The mod is released as a patched alpha version, and the team are keen to recieve feedback. Visit the hosted forum for the mod here.
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TWC Wiki Featured Areas
The Three Kingdoms section has recently expanded pages on Units - the unit pages include stats that are found in the database files and not readily viewable in game.
The TWC Wiki also has the following sections:
- Three Kingdoms Portal ~ Includes Mods/Modding Information
- Game Overview ~ Includes System Requirements
- Characters ~ Includes Historical Information
- Factions ~ Includes Historical Information
- Reforms ~ Sortable Table with Effects and Requirements
- Category:TW3K Character Types ~ See which skills are available
- Buildings ~ Sortable table of commandery buildings
The Rome II game has increased in popularity over the years. Official patches have improved the game play mechanics and fixed problems the game had at launch. On the wiki the game information section is being expanded to include detailed information on Cultures and Factions. New Rome II pages:
Please check back regularly to view new content!
Find the Best Total War Mods
For a compilation of the News Team's recent modding announcements see Modding News Front Page Announcements 2020 and 2019.
Thrones of Britannia ~ Warhammer I and II ~ Attila ~ Rome II ~ Shogun 2
~ Napoleon ~ Empire ~ Medieval II ~ RTW and Expansions
Released Mods with Wiki Pages:
Total War: Rome II ~ Total War: Shogun 2 ~ Napoleon: Total War ~ Empire: Total War ~ Medieval 2: Total War ~ Rome: Total War ~ Barbarian Invasion ~ Alexander ~ Medieval: Total War
Total War News
For latest news please also view Total War Gaming News and Announcements on TWC.
Total War: Three Kingdoms 1.4.1 patch
The 1.4.1 patch is now live, this hotfix fixes various issues with the 1.4 version that launched with the Mandate of Heaven chapter pack. Unfortunately for multi-player games, the issues with AI siege behaviour have not yet been resolved. Versions 1.3 and 1.4 are still available for use as opt-in betas for players that need to roll-back the latest updates.
Discuss the 1.4+ patch here
Mandate of Heaven chapter pack
The Mandate of Heaven chapter pack for Total War: Three Kingdoms was released on 16th January 2020. It includes new characters, new units, unique faction mechanics, balance changes and the ability to begin a campaign just before the Yellow Turban rebellion and continue into the Three Kingdoms period!
Discuss the new pack here
The Shadow & The Blade
The Shadow & The Blade DLC for Total War: Warhammer II has been released. The DLC brings powerful new abilities, mechanics, and military advantages. Two new legendary lords are included, new elite Regiments of Renown and stealth magic! The DLC is now also available for macOS and Linux.
Discuss the Warhammer DLCs here
Total War Saga TROY
The next Saga has been announced and it will take the Total War Series back to the Bronze Age, its earliest incarnation so far! CA have already released the following:
Steam Store gives the release date as '2020' but it is not yet available to pre-order.
Discuss the the Troy Saga here.
More about the Total War Center
In addition to in-depth coverage of all the Total War Series games, modding and mods, TWC is home to a lively Discussion and Debate area including the notorious and well named Political Mudpit. Occasionally also the scene of heated debate, The Curia governs a unique system of Citizenship and encourages users to discuss ways to improve the site.
The Scriptorium is a place where the Total War Center's most popular and well-written articles are stored.
The Picture of the Week and Video Competitions are held in the Screenshot Galleries.
The Graphics Workshop is home to some great artists who as well as showcasing their works are happy to provide help and advice and might even make a signature or avatar for you!