What you need to know
- Creative Assembly has revealed A Total War Saga: Troy, the next game in the Total War series.
- This Saga title is set during the Trojan War, featuring heroes like Achilles and Hector, with mythological monsters.
- A Total War Saga: Troy is set to release sometime in 2020.
Yesterday, we shared the news that a new Total War game was being announced. Today, Creative Assembly confirmed the rumors: A Total War Saga: Troy has been revealed. You can check out the reveal trailer for A Total War Saga: Troy below:
In an official blog post, Creative Assembly provided more details on new features in A Total War Saga: Troy. One of the new mechanics is the role that gods and goddesses play. Through the worship of different deities, leaders and factions will earn different bonuses. Battles will focus mostly on infantry, while mythological monsters are being introduced and can be a threatening force on the battlefield.
A Total War Saga: Troy is set to release sometime in 2020. We'll be sure to share the official release date when it is announced. While it isn't available for preorder yet, the Steam page is live and you can wishlist it right now.
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