In 2004 we went to the classical era of the Roman Empire. And conquered Europe with great military force and smart war tactics. Rome: Total War, is still a much appreciated game by the communities and amazing mods have been released.
In 2013 we are going back! We are going to return to Rome in Rome II: Total War. SEGA announced the game on the 2nd of July this year. Both SEGA and The Creative Assembly promised "the most detailed turn-based strategy campaign ever made". From screenshots we see big armies and cities. Also ships are included in these screenshots.
On July 4th an announcement video has been released on Youtube. With it seems like a collapsing Roman empire.
Below the official video and a link to the official Rome II: Total War website.
But there is more. In 2006 we were amazed by the awesome game of THQ and Relic Entertainment, called: Company of Heroes. And this Company of Heroes is coming back!
In 2013 we are going to the war theater of the Eastern front. The cavalry of both Allies and Axis will clash in bitter cold and the infantry will have to make their way through the thick snow.
The game will include high quality graphics and effects, combined with perfect gameplay. At least that is what we expect of this great game.
Screenshots of the game reveal flamethrowers with stunning flaming effects and they reveal the pride of the Russian army in Second world war: The T-34.
We can also see the amazing Panzer IV and a Russian tank destroyer, the SU-76.
The game will run on the new Essence 3.0 Engine and will include a new TrueSight™ system. This new TrueSight™ system will mean the end of the old Fog of War and will implement a true line of sight into the game. Every soldier in a squad or platoon will have his own line of sight and reveal only that part of the map. Instead of the normal circle of view distance we have seen in the earlier game. This will make it possible to make perfect ambushes and outflank your enemies without them being aware of.
THQ and Relic Entertainment expect the game will be released in Q1 of 2013.
Below the teaser trailer and a link to the official website.
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