Today Total War: Pharaoh developer Creative Assembly and publisher Sega published a large chunk of gameplay of the upcoming strategy game featuring playable leader Irsu.
Following yesterday's introduction trailer, we get to take a much more extensive look at the way the Canaanite warlord goes about his business, and the impression certainly doesn't change. He's very angry and wants to destroy everyone around him because that's what warlords do, I suppose.
Interestingly, not only do we get to see both campaign and battle gameplay, but we also take a look at campaign options, that let you customize the rules quite deeply.
You can watch the video below.
Total War: Pharaoh will release exclusively for PC on Steam and Epic Games Store in October 2023. A precise release date has not been shared just yet. If you'd like to see more, you can enjoy the original reveal, the first gameplay, a recent development diary, another video about the Egyptian factions, and one about weather, chariots, and more.
If you prefer a less historical setting, an extensive roadmap for updates for Total War: Warhammer 3 has been revealed a few weeks ago. While Pharaoh is coming out this year, Creative Assembly still intends to continue supporting its popular rendition of Games Workshop's fantasy IP for a long time, well into 2024 and even beyond.