Dune: Spice Wars – Official House Corrino Update Trailer

Dune: spice wars - official house corrino update trailer

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Dune: Spice Wars’ latest update brings a new playable faction to the game: House Corrino. Learn about this fifth faction in this new trailer for the 4X real-time strategy game. The House Corrino update for Dune: Spice Wars is available now.

Shaddam IV, the Padishah Emperor, brings his mobile royal palaces to Dune, an expression of his domination over the planet. While the position brings him a steady spice tax or bribe, he must balance it with the responsibility to pay the Spacing Guild’s fees to maintain affordable interstellar travel.

As House Corrino, wields influence over the other factions by manipulating the CHOAM market and the Landsraad. If all else fails, deploy the ruthless Sardaukar to squash your opposition.

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