With Rise of the Republic out on August 9th, we thought we’d share the new achievements that will be up for grabs so you can start planning your campaign and the path to victory.
With Rise of the Republic out August 9th, modders will have access to more unit parts, more scripting options as well as the Mod Filter we brought into ROME II with Desert Kingdoms back in March.
This update will introduce a variety of changes to the game to address player feedback and improve the overall experience. The biggest change – and the one the update is named after – is the addition of Allegiance to the game.
As the first game in the Total War Saga series, Thrones of Britannia set out to both tread new ground and shake up an established format – but how did it do? We spoke with game director of Thrones of Britannia Jack Lusted about the design process, what worked and what didn’t, and the game’s future including a brand-new update patch.
As always, the Total War teams have been hard at work on their respective projects – and this month there’s quite a lot of things to update you on. Over to them!
The long-awaited Family Tree for ROME II is here! The free Ancestral Update introduces this community favourite feature along with numerous tweaks, fixes, and improvements to ROME II’s base game and DLCs.
Total War games take place in a wide variety of settings both historical and fictional. However, there is one thing all Total War titles have in common: some truly epic facial hair.
Join us as we round up some of our top Total War beard wearers – who’s your favourite?
With the chalice now overflowing with the blood of those who dared oppose the Druchii, the time has come – behold as the loathsome Kharibdyss rises from the depths!
Total War: THREE KINGDOMS is the next major Total War historical game and is set in the titular period of ancient China. It launches in Spring 2019.
Inspired by Luo Guanzhong’s 14th Century historical novel, Romance of the Three Kingdoms, this epic strategy game follows the dramatic lives of near-mythical warring lords and their retainers in 2nd to 3rd century China. But true to the series’ legacy, the game will also feature a Classic Mode that offers a much more grounded recreation of the period for players who prefer a historically authentic Total War experience.