Total War: Rome II First Patch Is Live, Introduces Many Fixes

The game should move faster and players should experience less crashes

  Patch ready
The development team at The Creative Assembly is delivering the first official patch for Total War: Rome II, which is designed to fix most of the crashes that have been reported by the community and improve the overall campaign experience.

The development team at The Creative Assembly is delivering the first official patch for Total War: Rome II, which is designed to fix most of the crashes that have been reported by the community and improve the overall campaign experience.

A number of crashes are eliminated and there are changes done to the costs and the behavior of ships and improvements for the Artificial Intelligence when it comes to siege battles.

The full list of changes is available from the official wiki of the game.

The team says that it is constantly collecting information from the players and that it is planning to deliver a new patch every Friday.

The community is currently asking for better overall performance for the campaign and a general slowdown in the pace of battles.

Check out our full Softpedia review of the Total War: Rome II.

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