Today Total War: Pharaoh developer Creative Assembly published a large chunk of gameplay of the upcoming strategy game featuring playable leader Irsu.
In TechRaptor's Total War: Pharaoh review, you'll find out whether it's the grand return to the glory days of the historical arm of the franchise or not.
Sarwar Ron from NoobFeed writes - Total War: Pharaoh just doesn't impress as much as it should have. The flaw lies only with the magnitude and scope of the game and not with the game's choice of a Bronze Age or ancient Near Eastern setting. The game's atmosphere is what you'll remember most. Still, its mechanics are shallow, the level of replayability is low, the artificial intelligence is useless, and there's no opportunity for strategy in the fights.
Total War: Pharaoh aims to offer players an approachable gaming experience that encapsulates the essence of a condensed world history course. While many of the game's mechanics promise, they fail to provide a truly immersive and memorable grand strategy experience.