Military Campaign Is the Main Focus of Latest STRONGHOLD WARLORDS Developer Walkthrough

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Military Campaign Is the Main Focus of Latest STRONGHOLD WARLORDS Developer Walkthrough

Firefly Studios — the award-winning studio responsible for thirteen Stronghold video games — has revealed some extincting details on Stronghold: Warlords, focusing mostly on the Chinese portion of the single-player campaign.

In the upcoming Stronghold: Warlords, the player takes on the role of a ruthless Mongol commander to "lay siege to Japanese castles and fortified Chinese cities." During this oriental journey, gamers will unlock more powerful castles, armies and abilities to bring the dream of the unstoppable Mongol Empire to life.

According to Firefly Studios, Stronghold: Warlords will be released on PC (via Steam) at some point this year.

In the latest developer walkthrough, we can take a closer look at the real-time strategy game's gameplay loop — including all-new production chains and economy mechanics unique to Vietnam, China, Mongolia and Japan — from the perspectives of legendary figure Qin Shi Huang and infamous rebel warlord Lao Ai.

Wait no more, and check out nearly 30 minutes of Stronghold: Warlords gameplay footage down below:

Besiege Great Khans, Imperial warlords and Shōgun commanders in Stronghold: Warlords, the latest in Firefly's classic 'castle sim' series. Command AI warlords across the battlefield as you build a castle economy and new gunpowder-fuelled siege engines!

Stronghold: Warlords is coming to PC (via Steam) in 2020.


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