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Total War Rome II - Wrath of Sparta DLC (PC) - Steam - Digital Code

Explore a different period of history. a Creative Assembly DLC addition adds an exciting new scenario to Total War: Rome II. The Expansion adds new features exclusive to the Hellenic universe, including the central Campaign Terrain, four new Playable Factions, and more. Experience new cultures, engage in combat with the Persians, and compete in the Panhellenic Games, an athletic competition that served as the prototype for the Olympic Games. In the Greek City-States, discontent is spreading in the year 432 BC. Prosperous Athens earned the anger of Sparta Korinthos and the Boiotian League during a meeting of the Peloponnesian League, pushing the delicate balance of power past the point of no return.

 

A strategy video Game called Total War: Rome II was created by Creative Assembly and released by Sega. The eighth independent Game in the Total War video Game series and the follow-up to the 2004 title Rome: Total War, it was published on September 3, 2013, for Microsoft Windows. When it was released, Rome II garnered primarily favourable reviews from critics. However, it turned out to be a commercial hit, topping all other Total War games in terms of sales and active players on release day.

 

Vital highlights

  • Updated campaign map The campaign map of Wrath of Sparta, which has 22 provinces spread across 78 areas and covers the Greek mainland, islands, and Ionian coast, is a vivid and comprehensive picture of the Greek world in 432 BC and represents the oldest period any Total War Game has covered. The Troy Ruins, the Temple of Zeus, and the Royal Tombs of Makedon are just a few of the 12 new Wonders revealed on the map. Additionally, each turn in the campaign equals one month because the campaign's timeline is more condensed than the ROME II Grand Campaign.
  • Playable Factions: four In Wrath of Sparta, players can take control of Athens (Athenai), Corinth (Korinthos), Sparta, and Boiotia, each of which has its faction characteristics, unit rosters, difficulties, and geographic starting place. Also, historical figures like the Spartan commander Lysander and the Athenian dignitary Sokrates appear throughout the campaign.
  • Sparta may deploy a more comprehensive array of units than other factions to show its expertise in land combat. At the same time, Athens has the edge in the naval warfare roster as a nod to its historical capabilities.
  • Panhellenic competitions and events The yearly events of the Olympic, Pythian, Sithmian, and Nemean games are featured since the Greeks of the time were avid athletes. You will have various options when each is scheduled during the calendar year. Do you support a rival, send an envoy, fund an athlete, or remain silent? Every decision you make has the potential to either benefit or harm you. Similarly, the Greek calendar was jam-packed with religious holidays, each offering advantages and rewards for candidates while also capturing the spirit of the time.
  • Modern Tech Trees The brand-new tech trees in Wrath of Sparta represent the era's military, naval, and societal advancements. Thanks to the six branches, the player can develop in military, naval, and support technology, philosophy, art, and mathematics.
  • Greek Tribalism, The factions in Wrath of Sparta are all culturally Hellenic, with the exclusion of the Persian Empire. Hence the word "culture" has been changed to "tribalism."While the four playable factions won't experience popular discontent due to the inclusion of other Greek tribes, they will face severe diplomatic repercussions with sections that weren't 'genuine' Greeks. Each faction is affiliated with one of the Greek tribes.
  • The Iranian Risk At the easternmost point of the campaign map, the Empire of Persia is essentially uninvolved in Greek politics. The Persians would gradually increase their military engagement to subdue that power if one Greek state became more powerful than the others.
  • Rosters for the new Army and Navy units All four playable sides have access to new unit rosters that depict the fighting at this time in Greek history. The Greek factions strongly focus on hoplites and have auxiliary units to respond to various tactical situations and battle scenarios. To quickly augment and add more versatility to armies, fewer but more specific mercenary forces are readily accessible across the provinces. The Diaries and Trieres hull classes, with a stronger emphasis on ramming and boarding, form the basis of the Greek navy's equipment

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  • Release date
    2014-12-16
  • Publishers
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Total War Rome II - Wrath of Sparta DLC (PC) - Steam - Digital Code

Explore a different period of history. a Creative Assembly DLC addition adds an exciting new scenario to Total War: Rome II. The Expansion adds new features exclusive to the Hellenic universe, including the central Campaign Terrain, four new Playable Factions, and more. Experience new cultures, engage in combat with the Persians, and compete in the Panhellenic Games, an athletic competition that served as the prototype for the Olympic Games. In the Greek City-States, discontent is spreading in the year 432 BC. Prosperous Athens earned the anger of Sparta Korinthos and the Boiotian League during a meeting of the Peloponnesian League, pushing the delicate balance of power past the point of no return.

 

A strategy video Game called Total War: Rome II was created by Creative Assembly and released by Sega. The eighth independent Game in the Total War video Game series and the follow-up to the 2004 title Rome: Total War, it was published on September 3, 2013, for Microsoft Windows. When it was released, Rome II garnered primarily favourable reviews from critics. However, it turned out to be a commercial hit, topping all other Total War games in terms of sales and active players on release day.

 

Vital highlights

  • Updated campaign map The campaign map of Wrath of Sparta, which has 22 provinces spread across 78 areas and covers the Greek mainland, islands, and Ionian coast, is a vivid and comprehensive picture of the Greek world in 432 BC and represents the oldest period any Total War Game has covered. The Troy Ruins, the Temple of Zeus, and the Royal Tombs of Makedon are just a few of the 12 new Wonders revealed on the map. Additionally, each turn in the campaign equals one month because the campaign's timeline is more condensed than the ROME II Grand Campaign.
  • Playable Factions: four In Wrath of Sparta, players can take control of Athens (Athenai), Corinth (Korinthos), Sparta, and Boiotia, each of which has its faction characteristics, unit rosters, difficulties, and geographic starting place. Also, historical figures like the Spartan commander Lysander and the Athenian dignitary Sokrates appear throughout the campaign.
  • Sparta may deploy a more comprehensive array of units than other factions to show its expertise in land combat. At the same time, Athens has the edge in the naval warfare roster as a nod to its historical capabilities.
  • Panhellenic competitions and events The yearly events of the Olympic, Pythian, Sithmian, and Nemean games are featured since the Greeks of the time were avid athletes. You will have various options when each is scheduled during the calendar year. Do you support a rival, send an envoy, fund an athlete, or remain silent? Every decision you make has the potential to either benefit or harm you. Similarly, the Greek calendar was jam-packed with religious holidays, each offering advantages and rewards for candidates while also capturing the spirit of the time.
  • Modern Tech Trees The brand-new tech trees in Wrath of Sparta represent the era's military, naval, and societal advancements. Thanks to the six branches, the player can develop in military, naval, and support technology, philosophy, art, and mathematics.
  • Greek Tribalism, The factions in Wrath of Sparta are all culturally Hellenic, with the exclusion of the Persian Empire. Hence the word "culture" has been changed to "tribalism."While the four playable factions won't experience popular discontent due to the inclusion of other Greek tribes, they will face severe diplomatic repercussions with sections that weren't 'genuine' Greeks. Each faction is affiliated with one of the Greek tribes.
  • The Iranian Risk At the easternmost point of the campaign map, the Empire of Persia is essentially uninvolved in Greek politics. The Persians would gradually increase their military engagement to subdue that power if one Greek state became more powerful than the others.
  • Rosters for the new Army and Navy units All four playable sides have access to new unit rosters that depict the fighting at this time in Greek history. The Greek factions strongly focus on hoplites and have auxiliary units to respond to various tactical situations and battle scenarios. To quickly augment and add more versatility to armies, fewer but more specific mercenary forces are readily accessible across the provinces. The Diaries and Trieres hull classes, with a stronger emphasis on ramming and boarding, form the basis of the Greek navy's equipment

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  • Release date
    2014-12-16
  • Publishers
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  • Developers
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  • Age rating

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