Total War: Rome II Summary
A new feature spotlight has been released for Total War: ATTILA which covers the Barbarian Hordes in the upcoming standalone expansion. It's over 6 minutes long and shows us this new way to play.
Migrating factions are nomadic and "effectively carry their towns with them", and don't need fixed settlements to improve technology, increase their production or recruit new forces.
has just launched the Wrath of Sparta Campaign Pack for Total War: ROME II, which adds a new "epic campaign expansion" which sees time crank back to 432 BC.
The new DLC deals with the Peloponnesian Wars that engulfed the city-states of Greece. The new pack includes "all-new technology trees" to represent Greek culture and disciplines.
Total War: Attila might be just over the horizon, but that doesn't mean that Creative Assembly has given up on Total War: Rome 2.
The developer has just announced Wrath of Sparta, a new “epic campaign” that sets the clock way back to 432 BC at the outset of the.
The 12th piece of free content DLC is now out from developerfor Total War: Rome II. The Black Sea Colonies adds a "wealthy trading-state" with the on the North-Western coast of the Mediterranean.
Theis also available from today, but that's going to cost you some denarii. It adds custom battles and three hybrid factions to the Grand Campaign.
The next instalment to the grand series of Total War is Attilla, and with it we're thrown into the dawn of the Dark Ages. The Roman Empire is on its last legs and barbaric hordes revel in chaos.
A terrifying force gathers behind one known as Attila the Hun. Creative offer us the chance to lead this 'herald of destruction' or to try and revive the ailing Roman Empire.