Global Timings for Total War: Pharaoh’s Early Access Weekend Launched

September 26, 2023 by our News Team

Experience the late Bronze Age and all its challenges with Total War: Pharaoh's Early Access Weekend, starting September 29th.

  • Experience a specially curated version of the game with two playable factions from different cultures
  • Understand the shifts in the world around you to be successful in your campaign
  • Discover the significance of traditional crowns and headwear to enhance your gameplay

Get ready, strategy game enthusiasts! The Total War: Pharaoh Early Access Weekend is just around the corner, and we’ve got all the details you need. Whether you’re a seasoned player or new to the franchise, this event is not to be missed.

For those who have pre-ordered the game, mark your calendars from September 29th, 13:00 BST to October 2nd, 13:00 BST. During this time, you’ll have the opportunity to dive into the late Bronze Age and experience a specially curated version of the game. Two playable factions from different cultures, a selection of Ancient Legacies, the full campaign map, and all battle mechanics will be at your fingertips. And don’t worry about rushing through it all – you can replay up to 60 turns as many times as you like.

This Early Access Weekend is a unique offering from the developers, and they’re excited to give players a taste of what’s to come. It’s important to note that this is not a beta test but rather a chance for players to enjoy a polished and enjoyable experience before the official launch.

In their latest dev diary, the Total War: PHARAOH team delves into the challenges and rewards that await players in their campaign. The collapse of the Bronze Age brings about significant changes in the world around you, and understanding these shifts will be crucial to your success. Additionally, as Pharaoh, your power will have a direct impact on the political landscape. Learn how to navigate these intricacies and use them to your advantage.

But let’s not forget about style! The game introduces a variety of traditional crowns and headwear that not only add flair to your Pharaoh’s appearance but also provide tangible benefits to your campaign. Discover the significance of these regal accessories and how they can enhance your gameplay.

And finally, be prepared for the mysterious Sea Peoples. While their true identity remains unknown, one thing is certain – they pose a threat that cannot be ignored. ARM yourself and strategize accordingly to overcome this formidable challenge.

Don’t miss out on the Early Access Weekend, starting this Friday! Secure your copy of Total War: Pharaoh to gain exclusive access and be part of this epic journey. For more information, visit the official website.

See you on the battlefield!

—The Total War Team

Global Timings for Total War: Pharaoh’s Early Access Weekend Launched

Global Timings for Total War: Pharaoh’s Early Access Weekend Launched

Global Timings for Total War: Pharaoh’s Early Access Weekend Launched

Global Timings for Total War: Pharaoh’s Early Access Weekend Launched

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