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Total War: Rome 2 Coming In September, DLC And Collector's Edition Debuted

Posted on Thursday, May 9 @ 10:06:57 PST by Jonathan_Leack


Are you ready for battle? The war that will reshape Europe as it was known in 270 BC will commence in only four months.

Total War: Rome 2 plans to declare war on store shelves this September 3rd. Those who pre-order will receive the game's first DLC pack—yes, DLC is already planned in advance—which is titled Greek States Culture Pack, adding Epirus, Athens, and Sparta factions in the process. Each faction incorporates unique units, buildings, and even missions making it a must-have for Total War fans.

If you loved Rome: Total War as much as many did, perhaps you want to dive into a Collector's Edition this time around. Included is a board game, a card game, canvas map, and mini siege catapult so you can play games while you play games while you launch cannonballs at your cat.

Below is the release announcement trailer which includes brief glimpses of gameplay:

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