Total War: Rome II Reveals Battle of Teutoburg Trailer

Gamers will be able to change the course of ancient history

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The Creative Assembly and SEGA are raising the interest level in the upcoming Total War: Rome II via a new trailer, which shows how the game engine handles the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest.

The Creative Assembly and SEGA are raising the interest level in the upcoming Total War: Rome II via a new trailer, which shows how the game engine handles the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest.

The engagement in the Germanic forest historically saw two entire Legions ambushed and annihilated by tribes from the area, but gamers will have the options to change the result through good handling of their forces and clever tactical choices.

The development team at The Creative Assembly says, “Teutoburg Forest features as a playable historical battle in Total War: Rome II, and demonstrates some of the game's thrilling new features, including our true line-of-sight system, deployable battlefield technology, and our tense new style of ambush scenarios.”

Total War: Rome II is currently set to launch on the PC during the fall of this year.

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