Total War: Three Kingdoms - Fates Divided Is Now Available For Linux
The British proprietary digital game developer Feral Interactive have made their "Fates Divided" add-on package for their "Total War: Three Kingdoms" game available to GNU/Linux users.
The Steam store page for "Total War: Three Kingdoms - Fates Divided".
The British game studio Feral Interactive has a long history of making GNU/Linux versions of the games they develop and/or port mostly on the behest of partners like Sega, Warner Bros and Codemasters.
Feral Interactive does not make free software, only closed-source proprietary software, so you will have to pay €10 or $12 for the "Fates Divided" add-on in addition to €60 or $71 for the "Total War: Three Kingdoms" game if you want to try "Total War: Three Kingdoms - Fates Divided". We're not about to send Britannia €70 just to try this game, so we can't comment on its graphics, game-play or quality. All we can say for sure is that both "Total War: Three Kingdoms" and the "Fates Divided" add-on are available in GNU/Linux editions. We haven't even tested if they work.
The system requirements for the GNU/Linux version are listed as:
|Minimum||3.4 GHz i3-4149||6 GiB RAM||AMD R9 285 or Nvidia GTX 680 GPU||60 GiB|
|Recommended||3.4GHz i7-4770||8 GiB RAM||AMD RX 480 or Nvidia GTX 879||60 GiB|
The Intel i7-4770 is a quad core launched in 2013 and the RX 480 was a mid-range graphics card when it was launched in 2016 so the "Recommended" requirements do not require a particularly new or high-end computer.
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