Rome: Total War is an old-time favorite amongst the gaming fans. The actual PC variant of the game was launched way back in 2004 by Activision and now, Feral Interactive is finally looking forward to launching the game for the Android devices.
While the news is going to be an absolute delight for the lovers of the game, one should know that the game will be available and exclusive to a select range of Android devices (at least in the beginning) and the chances of it appearing on the Google Play Store in the very beginning are also highly unlikely.
Feral Interactive today announced that the acclaimed historical strategy game ROME: Total War will be released on Android this winter. Originally developed by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA for Windows PC, the game was previously brought to iPhone and iPad by Feral Interactive.
“We’re very excited to bring ROME: Total War to Android users,” said David Stephen, Managing Director of Feral Interactive. “We’ve taken everything we learned from the success of the game on mobile and used it to create the best possible experience on a range of Android devices.”
As of now, it is rather unclear as to whether or not the game will be available for free. The iOS variant of the game which was launched in 2016 is kept at an asking price of $9.99, so we can expect it to be priced somewhere around that.
We will keep you posted about the official pricing and the list of the eligible devices once we get further intel on the same.
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