Paradox has released a new developer diary for its feudal Japanese strategy epic, Sengoku.
Built by the Europe Universalis and Hearts of Iron team, Sengoku has some serious strategy power behind it. This latest trailer, the second of a series of four, highlights the religious factions in the game, of which there are three.
The player, as the leader of a Samurai family, has to balance the needs and power of each of these factions with his or her own plans, while keeping your citizens happy and staving off rival clans.
Sounds like a headache – but a delightful one.
Sengoku is due on PC in September.
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