Nexon Korea's Classic SRPG Romance Of The Three Kingdoms: The Legend of CaoCao Hitting PC Soon
Fans of Nexon Korea's mobile game Romance of the Three Kingdoms: The Legend of CaoCao (Tactics) will soon be able to play the game on PC. The SRPG that launched on the mobile platform in 2016 will officially launch on both Steam and the Nexon launcher later this month on July 24.
To celebrate the launch, Nexon is hosting a registration event beginning now. The event will run until July 23, during which time those who sign up will be given a variety of rewards. These will be available in Romance of the Three Kingdoms: The Legend of CaoCao (Tactics) when the game launches on the 24.
To register, players need to sign up via the game's official site. Don't worry. When the game launches, the rewards will be available in whichever of the two launchers you choose.
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