Developer Creative Assembly has released a new trailer for its upcoming game Total War: Rome 2. The trailer, dubbed Find a Way, shows some of the in-game graphics, and boy do they look slick! The trailer attempts to show some of the politics that happened during the battles ancient Rome fought. Check it out:
The newest game in the Total War series takes the action back to the same setting as the third game of the series—ancient Rome. The original Total War: Rome was when many considered the series to have come into its own, despite previous games in the series also receiving critical acclaim.
Games in the Total War series are split into two parts: a civilization-esque giant "board game" where players and the AI take turns to do various things like improving cities and states, and a more traditional real-time strategy view where the game's gigantic battles take place.
Total War: Rome 2 is set to hit store shelves on September 3 and is available for pre-order on digital distribution service Steam for a hefty price tag of $59.99 (Rs 3,560 approx).
Back in June, Creative Assembly had revealed the system requirements needed to run the game. The company has earlier stated that it wants the game to be able to run on the same machines that could run the previous game in the title—Total War: Shogun 2. Going by the requirements, the game can also run on Windows XP.
For a game as pretty-looking as this, we expected that a heftier rig would be needed
Here are the minimum requirements to be able to run the game: