Total War: Rome Remastered is coming April 29 for Windows, macOS and Linux.
A remake for the award-winning 2004 strategy game Rome: Total War has been announced by Sega.
While Total War: Rome Remastered will appear before users with seriously modernized components, the publisher has agreed with Feral Interactive for this comprehensive project.
Developer; It offers completely reworked visuals, support for ultra-high resolutions, UI overhaul, cross-platform multiplayer, improved help systems, new content, and many more improvements over the original game developed by Creative Assembly.
“What better excuse from the twentieth year of Total War to revisit a grandmaster?” Creative Assembly chief product officer Rob Bartholomew said. “The original version of Rome marks a special time for us as our first big debut game; It is incredible to have the opportunity to rebuild it with our friends at Feral. ” using expressions.
Barbarian Invasion and Alexander downloadable contents are also included in the package as well as Steam Workshop modding support. Additionally, anyone who purchases this edition will be able to receive a Windows copy of the original Rome: Total War Collection for free.
Pre-orders have also been opened on Steam, Roma Remastered Store and Feral Store for the game, which will come on Windows, macOS and Linux platforms on April 29. The price of the game is set at 175 TL. By the way, those who already own the original game on Steam will be able to purchase the game at a 50 percent discount until June 1.
On the other hand, let’s remind you that Total War: Warhammer III is also on the way.