Total War: Arena Summary
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.
Creative Assembly has announced that players who purchase Total War: Rome II will get free beta access to their 10 on 10 multiplayer strategy game Total War: Arena. In addition, Total War: Rome II owners will have access to "exclusive in-game Legion Armory bonuses" and $15 worth of in-game currency for Arena.
On Friday, Creative Assembly Total War: Arena, which was generally described as a 10 on 10 multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA). However, the developer refutes the idea it's exactly ike DOTA or League of Legends.
Creative Assembly lead designer James Russell has announced that the UK studio is developing a Total War-branded free-to-play MOBA, Total War: Arena.