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ROME: Total War heads to mobile

by on August 15, 2016


Feral Interactive was recently delighted to announce that they will be bringing one of the best loved and highest-rated strategy games of all time, ROME: Total War, to iPad.

This title is an epic-scale strategy game where players will experience the grandeur and brutality of ancient Rome. Running from the late Roman Republic to the early Roman Empire with campaigns across both Europe and North Africa, the title offers up a seamless integration of strategy and tactics as players fight spectacular battles and utilize diplomacy, subterfuge, and assassination to pave the road to victory. Check out the trailer below:

Fans will be happy to hear that the mobile game comes without compromise, allowing them to take part in a full scale campaign as they choose one of the 11 factions. It will feature enormous 3D battles with thousands of on-screen units, and players will manage the economic, civil, and religious arms of their empire.

ROME: Total War utilizes an intuitive touch-screen interface to accurately replicate the desktop game’s mouse and keyboard controls, as well as upgraded graphics that take full advantage of the iPad’s high-resolution Retina screen.

Rob Bartholomew, Total War Brand Director at Creative Assembly, stated, ROME: Total War is still one of our most critically acclaimed Total War titles to date and a firm fan favourite. We are thrilled to work closely with Feral on the iPad release and excited that players will get to experience ROME: Total War on a whole new platform for the first time.”

“We couldn’t have wished for a better game to bring to iOS,” said David Stephen, Managing Director at Feral Interactive, “and working closely with CA we have been able to do so in a way that retains the compelling qualities of the desktop version.”

ROME: Total War will be playable on first generation iPad Air and iPad mini 2 models or better. It will arrive in Fall 2016, with the Barbarian Invasion and Alexander expansions to be released separately in the future.

Are you excited to wage Total War on mobile?

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