Total War Saga: TROY is a strategy game from Creative Assembly Sofia, published by Sega on August 13, 2020. The plot tells about the conflict between the Trojan king Paris and the ruler of Sparta - Menelaus. The player chooses one of the legendary heroes to lead his faction to victory.
Release Name: Total War Saga: TROY Release Date: 2020 Version: Full Game File: Torrent Platform: Microsoft Windows (PC)
Developer(s): CREATIVE ASSEMBLY Publisher(s): SEGA Genre(s):Strategy
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Total War Saga: TROY review
The general features of the series have not changed since the first part. The gameplay is still divided into two parts. In a step-by-step mode, there is a global government. Here, buildings are built, new technologies are selected for research, armies are moved and diplomatic issues are resolved.
The resource system became a distinctive feature. If earlier, globally, only the money received from taxes, seizures of settlements and robberies was needed, now a full-fledged resource system has appeared. Food, bronze and gold are needed to recruit and maintain units, and wood and stone are needed for construction. For the production of all this, it is necessary to establish production and production, to develop trade relations.
Combat clashes take place in real time. Traditionally, thousands of soldiers converge on the field. From the Three Kingdoms, the game took epic commanders with unique abilities.
Total War Saga: TROY has taken a mythological bias. The characters appear in armor, the place of which is more in an art exhibition, rather than in battle. Cyclops and trolls were among the regiments. In fact, they are just huge men, dressed in special uniforms and incredibly strong, but this does not reduce the degree of epicity. It's also nice that developers keep improving the behavior of artificial intelligence. The enemy responds adequately to the actions of the opponent.
More attention is paid to the characters of rulers and generals. The passage highly depends on who the player chooses as the leader. Each of them can boast of their own disposition, which affects their effectiveness in certain situations.