Total War: Rome Remastered launches at the end of April, bringing a suite of quality of life updates meant to bring the classic strategy game closer to modern titles while preserving its old-school spirit.
Publisher Sega and developer Creative Assembly revealed a good number of upcoming quality of life updates when they surprise-announced Total War Rome: Remastered, but a video released today acts as a useful reminder while pointing out some changes that you might have missed.
At launch, Total War: Rome Remastered will let you switch between classic and remastered rulesets. These cover aspects like battles and how much weather and time of day influence troops, but also the AI, the relationship between the unit size graphics setting and the population cost of recruiting troops, and more.
In addition, you can also pick between classic or remastered key bindings. While it's tough to say just how well these options influence the game just yet, it's hard to complain against a higher degree of customization.
Other quality of life updates you might have missed include UI scaling, the unit status icons, half battle speed, and a campaign vibrancy setting that lets you tweak just how much you want colors to pop.
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