Total War: Rome II receives fourth patch

3:24 PM, Oct 11, 2013   |    comments
'Total War: Rome II', a strategy computer game from SEGA and Creative Assembly.
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Developer Creative Assembly has issued the fourth of at least five updates to its recently-released computer game, Total War: Rome II.

This latest patch brings a total of 175 fixes and enhancements to the game and is considered by CA to be the biggest one yet for it.

This update includes major AI improvements related to the constructions of new buildings, food supply management, creation of armies, technology researches and tactics used during battles, making the AI more organised and challenging.  Further tweaks and improvements have been made to the diplomacy, missiles, melee units and much more.

The update will be automatically applied to the game upon restarting Steam.

CA says a fifth patch will enter public beta next week, with further technical optimisations and improvements to gameplay, balance and usability to come.

Total War: Rome II released September 3 and is rated "T for Teen" by the ESRB.


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