Total War: Three Kingdom screenshot of the campaign map from up close

Total War: Three Kingdoms is set to arrive in Spring of 2019, bringing with it a bit of a compromise between the outlandish Total War: Warhammer and the much more grounded Rome 2 and Thrones of Britannia. The details are still few and far between, but you can expect to see legendary heroes, a much greater focus on diplomacy and politics, a variety of unique factions vying for the throne, and naturally, a highly colorful campaign map.

While the recently posted trailer won't exactly offer you much in terms of details, it will give you a pretty good idea of just how lovely the campaign map is going to be, as well as what Sun Jian is all about. Have a gander:

The one thing I am extremely happy about is that they are continuing with the recent trend of having the campaign map be quite lively. Thrones of Britannia even had a system where every building you constructed or upgraded would show up on the actual campaign map, and I can only hope that some of the structures seen throughout the trailer above are an example of that system transplanted into Three Kingdoms. As for how exactly the new campaign map will affect the gameplay, that I'm afraid I have no idea, but I certainly won't complain about having something lovely to look at as I attempt to get a grasp on the whole of China.

Once more information gets released I'll make sure to let you know, and if you would like to learn just a tiny bit more, you should head on over to Steam.