Sega has today announced its preorder incentives for Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai, which is due out sometime in March.
The offers vary depending on where you preorder Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai from, with brick and mortar retail customers scoring a double-sided poster and access to the Saga faction pack. The Steam offer is fairly similar; users who throw down money prerelease will receive the Tsu faction pack and a digital version of the game's soundtrack. Finally, those who shop at Sega's own store will be able to play as the Obama faction.
The original Shogun: Total War game was released in 2000, spawning a franchise that comprises over half a dozen entries (excluding expansion packs). While the series has made its way through various time periods over the years, last year saw developer The Creative Assembly return to its feudal Japanese roots with Total War: Shogun 2. The game scored favourably with the critics and was praised for its artificial intelligence and engaging siege battles.