Heroes of Three Kingdoms

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Publisher: Perfect World
Release Date: 2010

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'Heroes of Three Kingdoms' Coming to North America

by Rainier on March 16, 2010 @ 12:18 a.m. PDT

Heroes of Three Kingdoms, known in China as the Chibi, is based on one of history’s greatest battles and not only gives players the opportunity to experience the chaos first hand, but also the chance to rewrite pivotal moments in Chinese history.

“With Heroes of Three Kingdoms, we’re going back to our roots and transporting players back in time to experience an era that helped shaped modern China as we know it today. Fans of the popular literature based around the Three Kingdoms era will be excited to be able to meet their favorite heroes and villains in our game,” said Andrew Brown, Product Manager of Heroes of Three Kingdoms. “Heroes of Three Kingdoms does an excellent job encapsulating the excitement and thrill that has led this era to have such a huge following.”

Key Features:

  • Motion Captured Combat – Using advanced motion capture technology; combat is brought to life martial arts specialist, making the action exciting and realistic. Experience in-game combat as if it were real life.
  • Eighteen Weapon System – With a unique cool down system, players will have eighteen types of weapons available during the Three Kingdoms era in China to choose from.
  • Kingdom War System – Join the Wei, Shu or Wu and choose to wage war or create alliances against one another.
  • Historic Instances – Go back in time to experience historical battles and pivotal moments that helped shape the Three Kingdoms era and modern China.

Players interested in learning more about Heroes of Three Kingdoms as well as signing up for the closed beta can visit the official website


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