Total War: Shogun 2 Summary
Sega releases '15 years of Total War' retrospective video; teases Warhammer adaptation in the process
To celebrate fifteen years of Total War games, Sega has released a retrospective video that charts the course of franchise from inception to present day.
Most tantalizingly, the trailer also appears to tease the Total War: Warhammer game that developer Creative Assembly apparently has on the boil but has yet to make official.
Stop sacking Rome for 5 minutes and pay attention. Today Creative Assembly will be announcing where the drums of Total War are going next in their live streamed EGX presentation today @ 4PM GMT+1.
There's been much speculation on time periods, but rumours also speak of another IP universe as the setting? Some photos have leaked from EGX showing off some scale armour.
A complete bundle of all Total War: Shogun 2 is coming to retail this March 5th as publisher SEGA announces the Gold Edition, which includes Rise of The Samurai and Fall of The Samurai expansions.
Interestingly the North American Gold Edition seems to only include the three titles, whereas Europe and Australia get all the released DLC as well, excluding the Blood pack.
Valve announces that the Steam Workshop launched this time last year, meaning the community content swap meet is a year old. It began life with Team Fortress 2, adding Skyrim a few months later.
Today over 10k "items, mods, quests," and new worlds are hosted for Bethesda's Skyrim. Then came Portal 2, DOTA 2, Civilization V, Total War: Shogun 2 and a bunch of indie games.
Sega has announced a new "Saints and Heroes" downloadable content for Total War: Shogun 2, which will feature nine new elite units. The DLC is available for download now.