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Feral Interactive showed the gameplay of Total War: Medieval II

Feral Interactive showed the gameplay of Total War Medieval II Feral Interactive showed the gameplay of Total War: Medieval II

Feral Interactive showed the gameplay of Total War Medieval II Feral Interactive showed the gameplay of Total War: Medieval II

Publisher Feral Interactive showed the mobile port of Total War: Medieval II and told what to expect from it. Spoiler – only good.

Total War: Medieval II is a classic strategy game that is being ported from PC to iOS and Android. The release of the game will take place on April 7th on both platforms, and now pre-registration is in effect in the West. Now the developers have pleased with a new video in which they talk about what is remarkable about Medieval II and how it was transferred to touch screens. I note that the gameplay was recorded on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPad Pro and Google Pixel 6.

In Total War: Medieval II we build a medieval empire step by step and take part in real-time battles. The developers say they have redesigned the interface and made it intuitive. In general, past ports of strategies, such as Company of Heroes, prove this. According to the gameplay at the start, six factions (17 in total) will be available, which decide relations in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. The approximate date of the events is 1080 AD. The fact is that the Roman Empire is about to fall, so the rest of the states decided to take the initiative into their own hands.

To prosper, players will have to trade in valuables, impose taxes and develop infrastructure. Of course, in order to be successful, your bloodline must continue, so expect politically motivated weddings and all sorts of bastards who are eager to get power.

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