You can add it to your Steam library forever, but the promotion only lasts a few days.
If you usually play on PC, you probably already know SteamDB, an unofficial website that keeps a good account of the internal traffic of the Valve platform and that has advanced countless new occasions offers and promotions of all kinds, including games that are given away from time to time. According to a recent leak from this source, very soon you will be able to get Shogun 2: Total War on Steam for free, and keep it forever in your digital library.
To be more precise, the offer will last from April 27 to May 1, and after that time it will return to its usual price. The game was originally published in 2011, so it has become somewhat dated compared to other more modern installments such as Total War: Warhammer 2 or the fantastic Total War: Three Kingdoms. All in all, it is one of the favorite from fans of the strategy saga, and has a “very positive” average rating on Steam (with more than 18,000 reviews).
In his day, he reached a grade of almost outstanding in 3DGames. Back then, our colleague lvaro Castellano thought it was “a fantastic strategy video game” in Shogun 2 Total War’s analysis. It was set up as an effort to simplify the formula, to get back to TW’s roots, and was well appreciated for that.
Shogun 2: Total War brings the Creative Assembly and Sega real-time strategy saga to feudal Japan in the 16th century, during the Ashikaga shogunate. Players take control of one of the clans vying for control of the Nippon country under the command of a feudal lord. The base game includes eight of these factions, but it is possible to play as the Hattori, Otomo, and Ikko-Ikki using DLC.
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