’Taste of Power’ on the Verge of Leaving Steam’s Early Access in August

If real-time strategy video games are your thing, then chances are you might find a lot to love in Taste of Power, a game that is currently in Early Access on Steam. The game is set in an alternate middle-age where three major civilizations vie for power.

For those who have played the game in Early Access and have come to enjoy what it has to offer, then prepare to jump for joy because Taste of Power is scheduled to leave Early Access by August 27, 2019.

Now, we should point out that the three civilizations that are fighting for domination, are no other than China, Europe, and the Middle East. The game comes with several key gameplay elements, and they include the likes of building cities, recruiting troops for battle, developing new technologies, and most importantly, do battle on a large scale.

Each civilization brings to the table a unique set of skills. For example, the Chinese section can create smoke screens to protect against incoming enemy arrows. Not only that, but the Chinese will have early access to rocket artillery.

When it comes down to game modes, Taste of Power delivers three of them right now. They are Art of War, Skirmishes, and Survival. However, when the full game is released next month, players can expect multiplayer and a campaign to keep things interesting.

Here’s the description of the game, according to developer and publisher, OneOcean LLC:

Taste of Power is a PC game about the confrontation of Europe, China, and the Middle East in the alternative world of the Middle Ages. You need to build cities, learn technologies and participate in large-scale battles with many unique warriors, artillery, engineers, spies and much more.

OneOcean LLC

We hope to review this game in the future, so keep an eye out and subscribe to our social media pages for more information when we have it. Until then, visit the official Steam page and give the game a try.

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