Total War: Rome Remastered in development
The strategy game is getting remade this year
SEGA has announced Total War: ROME REMASTERED is scheduled for release on April 29th.
Created in collaboration with Feral Interactive, this remaster promises new and improved features such as fully overhauled visuals, ultra-high-definition resolution support, and an expanded faction roster and improved accessibility.
The game will support full 4K visuals, native support for ultra-high-definition resolution and overhauled environment, battlefield, and character models. It includes 16 previously unplayable factions on top of the original 22. Players can enjoy cross-platform PVP multiplayer between Windows, macOS and Linux, a first for the Total War franchise. It also includes the Barbarian Invasion and Alexander expansions in new detail, and players will also gain access to the original ROME: Total War Collection (only playable on Windows).
Rome: Total War was originally released in 2004.
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