Sega has announced Total War Rome Remastered, an updated version of the Creative Assembly-developed strategy classic from 2004. It will release on April 29.
Total War: Rome Remastered will contain both the main game and its two expansions – Barbarian Invasion and Alexander – and this will all be presented with 4K visuals and native support for ultra-high-definition resolutions. Overhauled environment, battlefield, and character models will complete the refreshed look.
The “comprehensive” remaster as described by the developers, The remaster has been developed in collaboration with Feral Interactive/
As for gameplay, 16 previously unplayable factions have been added, and the 22 original factions return for this release. Additionally, there are also new Merchant agents that can be sent on missions to establish trade networks.
Multiplayer will be cross-platform across Windows, macOS, and Linux. The Remastered package will also provide access to the original Rome: Total War Collection(only on PCs though)
Total War: Rome Remastered can be pre-ordered from today, and those who own the original version on Steam can get the remaster at a 50% discount until June 1.