Total War: Arena Summary
Teaming up with the folks behind mega-hit World of Tanks, SEGA and Creative Assembly have pledged their Total War: Arena free-to-play title to this surprise partnership.
Creative Assembly's team-based strategy game Total War: Arena is set to enter its closed Beta stage this month, as part of a big new update titledthat adds barbarian units to the game.
The free-to-play title is currently in closed Alpha, with only Roman and Greek leaders to choose between. You can sign up for a chance to test it outI'd say go for it, it's a surprisingly neat multiplayer game.
Patch 11 released for team-based strategy Total War: Arena, no account data will be reset from this point on
has released for its team-based strategy game Total War: Arena, which marks the point at which players no longer need to worry about their progress being rest - from now on. everything you do in the game will be saved.
"We’re now confident enough in our infrastructure and tools that we can make this announcement," says the developer. The team recognises that players coming in may feel a bit outmatched by veteran players, but promises that the matchmaking system should solve that issue.
free-to-play, team-based strategy Total War: ARENA has now achieved its Closed Alpha phase. The studio has begun to take registrations for those willing to test the Total War spin-off.
It's purpose built for multiplayer as a real-time strategy, where 2 teams of 10 players control 3 warriors each led by "an iconic commander from history," with specialist skills earned through victory.
The free-to-play MOBA Total War: Arena from Creative Assembly is now accepting registrations for its closed beta, which also grant "exclusive Vanguard Armoury items" when it officially launches.
Should you already own Total War: Rome II then you're entitled to "privileged access" to Arena content, "advanced beta access" and Legion Armoury bonuses.