The historical simulation Romance of the Three Kingdoms IX is coming to the PC in North America.
Publisher KOEI will bring the game to the region on July 29 following the launch of another one of its titles.
"Following KOEI's successful launch of Warriors Orochi for Windows-based PC earlier this year, the response to bringing more of KOEI's popular franchises to the platform has been overwhelming," said Amos Ip, Senior Vice President at KOEI Corporation. "For PC releases, the Romance of the Three Kingdoms series has always been at the top of our fans' wish lists. We are looking forward to bringing Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI to Windows-based PC this summer."
The game is set at the eclipse of the Han Dynasty in 2nd and 3rd centuries A.D. Players can manage the empire using more than 40 commands to tweak a variety of assets and manage armies and diplomats as well as the economy.
The turn-based title is Rating Pending and will retail for $20.