Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII with Power-Up Kit announced for PS4, PS3, and PC

Updated release due out in Japan this winter.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII with Power-Up Kit. The updated version of Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII will launch for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC in Japan this winter.

The game features over 100 new officers, including officers brought back from previous works, and new face graphics for existing officers. The following new elements are also being prepared:

  • Fame – A title-like element that shows an officer’s way of life and position, unlocked as you rack up achievements. By claiming fame, you can acquire unique characteristics and new actions.
  • War Council – An added strategy meeting before you set off to the battlefield to wage war against an opposing force. Here, the commanding general chooses a staff officer and decides upon strategy and officer use.
  • Battlefield Expansion – The size of the entire battlefield has increased four times. Things such as the amount of travel paths have increased, and the breadth of strategy, like initiating surprise attacks, has expanded. A tactics base has been introduced to the map, and powerful tactics will become available by gaining total control of it. Additionally, points on the map that were villages are powered up as “Strategic Points,” and their strategic importance increases.

Development is currently 60 percent complete.

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