One of the best Total War games, Total War: ROME is getting a remaster!
Here's what we know about the game so far, and how it will improve one of the most beloved RTS games ever made.
LATEST - New Look Comparisons
Total War has released a new look at their Total War: ROME REMASTERED which showcases comparisons between the original release and the newer upgraded version.
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The difference is stunning and it has to be seen to be believed. Check it out below:
Total War: ROME REMASTERED features updated battlefield environments, new unit models, an enhanced campaign map and UI improvements which help bring this classic into the modern age.
In addition to this, it's ditching the 4:3 ratio and will have a native 4K resolution! Total War: ROME REMASTERED is out on April 29th.
Total War Announces New Remaster
The Total War series is all about grand scale armies and strategic decision-making, with fights feeling larger than life despite graphics not being its strong suit.
With a new remaster in store, the series is heading for a huge upgrade visually, and it'll only make the world feel even more immersive.
Here are the details we have so far for Total War: ROME REMASTERED.
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Total War: ROME REMASTERED will drop on Thursday, April 29th.
You can pre-order the game now here, however, if you don't want to wait!
Total War: ROME REMASTERED came out of the gates fast with a huge new announcement trailer. While it has no in-game graphics, it captures the essence of the game perfectly.
Watch it in full below:
What's Next for Total War?
RTS at times feels like gaming's forgotten genre. This is because some of its most influential series have slowed down massively in releasing new games, or stopped entirely - including Starcraft, Warcraft, Total War, Age of Empires and more.
With Total War: ROME REMASTERED - we expect this could be a new push for the Total War series to release more remastered games from its catalogue.
With how Total War works with its massive scale armies and cities, this could be a fantastic upgrade all around, making the games feel more immersive than ever before.
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