Koei has clarified the Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI date on PC and popped out a demo so we would notice.

The game will be out on 5th September, rather than the following Monday as we had once thought.

The demo is small at 280 MB, and can be gobbled up from the official Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI website.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI is a strategy game set in ancient China, and not some themed series of naughty films we thought we had seen sometime, somewhere, with someone.

The challenge is to unite the region by various political and military manoeuvring, otherwise known as ordering quirky general to stomp on enemy general, only with historical significance.

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