Following the announcement of its new historical strategy game Total War: Pharaoh, Creative Assembly released new screenshots of its battlefields.
The first pair of screenshots shared on the official Twitter account features the city of Men-nefer (also known as Memphis), described as a hub of royal and political activity. We see it both "at peace" and under siege.
Next, is a look at small settlements that we'll find outside the cities, also shared on Twitter.
Last, but not least, we take a look at the inevitable desert. There are no dung beetles in sight, this time around.
If you want to see more, you won't have to wait long, as a gameplay reveal is scheduled for Thursday, June 1.
Total War: Pharaoh will release exclusively for PC on Steam and Epic Games Store in October 2023, and it'll come in three formats. The standard version for $59.99, the Deluxe Edition for $72.87, and the Dynasty Edition for $91.46. A precise release date has not been announced just yet.
If you prefer a less historical setting, an extensive roadmap for updates for Total War: Warhammer 3 has been revealed a few days ago. While Pharaoh is coming out this year, Creative Assembly appears to intend to continue supporting its popular rendition of Games Workshop's fantasy IP for a long time, well into 2024 and even beyond. With Games Workshop itself trying to mend its mistakes by bringing back the setting with The Old World, that likely shouldn't be surprising.