Today Sega and Creative Assembly announced the release date of the upcoming historical Total War game Total War: Pharaoh.
We knew that the game would release next month, but now we know precisely when. It's coming to PC via Steam and Epic Games Store on October 11, 2023.
Interestingly, a physical limited edition will be made available only in Europe, including the two cosmetic packs that otherwise come with digital pre-orders and a double-sided poster portraying the campaign map and the faction leaders.
You can see what it looks like below.
Speaking of the map, we get to take a cinematic look at the campaign map of the game, portraying Egypt and part of the Middle East, in a new trailer.
You can watch it below, while we wait to be able to conquer it on a month or so.
If you'd like to see more of Total War: Pharaoh, you can enjoy the original reveal, the first gameplay, a recent development diary, another video about the Egyptian factions, one about weather, chariots, and more, one focusing on the Canaanite factions, and one focusing on fire, armor, and the customizable bodyguard units.
If you prefer a less historical setting, an extensive roadmap for updates for Total War: Warhammer 3 has been revealed a few months ago.
While Pharaoh will bebring the series back to a historical setting, Creative Assembly still intends to support its popular rendition of Games Workshop's fantasy IP for a long time, well into 2024 and even beyond.