After collecting Total War: Shogun 2 for free - it's time to enjoy more prices operation For other branded works in the Steam store
Sega promised us and kept it - The high-quality historical strategy game Total War: Shogun 2, originally launched in 2014, is waiting for you now (until next Friday, May 1) In the store of the Steam platform completely free and forever. All you have to do is add it to your digital library with a few clicks, and you can experience it whenever you want.
Did you do that? Excellent - You can now take a few minutes to check out the rest of the promotions for works from the Total War family, which will be available to everyone until this coming Monday, May 4th.
A package with all the DLC content created for Total War: Shogun 2, including the separate plot campaign Rise of the Samurai, sells for NIS 40.11 - so at this price you actually get access to the full and comprehensive Shogun 2 experience.
The successful Total War: Rome 2 from 2013 in its Emperor edition with some digital bonuses is offered for NIS 62.48, which is a quarter of the full cost - and there are also 66 percent discounts on all the accompanying DLC content created for the game as a bonus.
Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia, the first episode in the Saga series that claims to provide focused, shorter and cheaper historical experiences compared to regular Grand Warios games, is now sold for NIS 56.42, which is a third of the full recommended price. If you want, there is also a single DLC package that will cost you NIS 12.95, for the complete package.
The complete edition of the great Total War: Medieval 2 from 2006, together with its expansion pack Kingdoms, is sold at a tiny price of only NIS 25.98. A quarter of the full price, which is NIS 103.95.
The complete Definitive Edition edition of Total War: Napoleon from 2010, together with the four DLC packages launched for it, is also available at the same price - NIS 25.98.
For dessert, the complete edition of the game Total War: Empire, with 5 added DLC contents, is also offered for NIS 25.98.
What is your favorite episode of this long-established and acclaimed series that has inspired a large number of other strategy titles over the past two decades? Feel free to tell us in the comments.