Total War: Rome II News (PC)

Pirates and Raiders Culture Pack out now for Total War: Rome II

Posted: 29.05.2014 by Technet2k

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The recently announced Pirates and Raiders Culture Pack for Creative Assembly's Total War: Rome II is now available. After parting with some of you hard earned denarii, three new factions become playable.

Ardiaei of Illyria, and the Thracian tribes of Tylis and the Odrysian Kingdom make up the new Culture Pack. Each comes with their own military and naval units, as well as traits and religions.

Pirates and Raiders Culture Pack for Total War: Rome II alongside "free LC"

Posted: 22.05.2014 by Technet2k

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Creative Assembly have announced a new Culture Pack for Total War: Rome II that adds the factions of Ardiaei, the Odrysian Kingdom and Tylis, which call the European Balkans their home.

This makes the first playable Thracian and Dacian factions for Rome II, but Creative are also releasing "free LC" with the Getae, another Balkan people, plus an historical battle.

Total War: Rome II receives free Seasons and Wonders update

Posted: 27.03.2014 by Technet2k

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Creative Assembly have released a free update before the launch of Hannibal at the Gates for Total War: Rome II. The Seasons and Wonders update adds wonders and seasons to maps and the Grand Campaign.

There's also a unit roster expansion for Carthage, and support for Twitch streaming and even touchscreen. This update includes a new major patch with fixes and balance tweaks.

Hannibal at the Gates campaign for Total War: Rome II out March 27th

Posted: 13.03.2014 by Technet2k

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SEGA has announced a new campaign from Creative Assembly for Total War: Rome II. Hannibal at the Gates features a new campaign map with Scipio and Hannibal ready to set the world aflame.

Five playable factions bring new units with Rome and Carthage getting civil tech for diplomacy, and they join Syacuse, Arevaci and Lusitani. It's out March 27th.

Creative Assembly open sign ups for Total War: Arena closed beta testing

Posted: 24.02.2014 by Technet2k

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The free-to-play MOBA Total War: Arena from Creative Assembly is now accepting registrations for its closed beta, which also grant "exclusive Vanguard Armoury items" when it officially launches.

Should you already own Total War: Rome II then you're entitled to "privileged access" to Arena content, "advanced beta access" and Legion Armoury bonuses.