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Creative Assembly has announced that it will end support for Total War: Three Kingdoms from patch 1.7.1. The response from Total War Fans has not been fantastic. They claim that DLC bugs have not been fixed and are frustrated with a map update that will "focus on building the north of the map" promised by Creative Assembly in a blog post for July 2020 never happened. In response, they have started bombing Three Kingdoms on Steam. Its overall review rating of Mostly Positive has dropped to Mostly Negative a recent reviews, and each Three Kingdoms DLC now has extremely negative recent reviews.
They haven’t stopped here, with DLC for the fully compatible Total War: Warhammer 2 which has also been a target, at least until their fans gathered Reddit and began to leave positive reviews en masse to recapture ratings.
In a dev update video, Creative Assembly staff explained that it is becoming the pre-production of a new game on the same Romance of the Three Kingdoms stage. This video currently has 6,200 dislikes on YouTube.
Near the end of the video, UI / UX designer Grant Mullock says, “Our community team will continue to share your comments on our forums with the development team as we chart the upcoming and exciting installment of Total War: Three Kingdoms ". I hope it is an interesting meeting.