The official YouTube channel dedicated to the Total War series published a new long gameplay from Pharaoh. The 16-minute video comes from the alpha version of the game, and its main character is young Ramses.
Presented in the gameplay, Ramses' adventure begins in North Sinai. The first battle takes place here, during which we observe how the Egyptians handle themselves in action. This is followed by a somewhat quieter part of the game, namely the management of the state. We see how negotiations are handled in the game, as well as a tree with royal decrees that unlock new buildings.
Part of the material is devoted to personalization of our leader, in this case Ramses. Skill points can be distributed between zeal, valor and presence, which reduces the cost of maintaining an army. The gameplay also shows different types of outposts and preparations for sieges.
It is worth recalling that in Total War: Pharaoh in addition to Egyptians, we will also be able to control other nations. So far, the developers have revealed that these will be the Hittites and the Canaanites.
If you still feel unsatisfied after watching this new video, you can watch the first 40-minute footage with gameplay, which the developers from Creative Assembly released in early June.
Total War: Pharaoh will debut this October on PC.
- Total War: Pharaoh - official website
- Total War: Pharaoh on Steam