After just two months available, the successful Total War: Three Kingdoms kicks off support for mods on Steam. One that, in fact, benefits from the same tools and tutorials that emerged in the era of Rome 2.
At the time of writing these lines, there are more than 250 mods available in Steam Workshop, which affect to parameters such as graphics, the development of the campaign, the user interface or the balance and behavior of some units. If you are part of the modder community and want to make a contribution, we recommend that you go through the official issue issued by Creative Assembly, which explains what you have changed in Three Kingdoms at the programming level and includes useful tips on this.
Our colleague Alberto Pastor commented in the analysis of Total War: Three Kingdoms that “with his always spectacular mass battles, the presence of heroes gives the action to more epic component that feels great ”