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  • Genre Strategy, MMORPG
    Multiplayer Yes
    Release Date 22 February 2019
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    Publisher Wargaming.net, Sega
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    Command an army of ancient warriors in a free-to-play, team-based strategy game. Step into the boots of Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, Hannibal and other legendary commanders in epic 10-vs-10 player battles where thousands of troops fight for victory across ancient battlefields. Recruit units torn from the pages of history such as phalanxes and legionnaires to painted berserkers and war elephants all hailing from four formidable factions—Rome, Greece, Barbarians, and Carthage—to claim victories that will echo through the ages. Rome: bursting with sword and javelin infantry, artillery, field artillery, and cavalry units. Powerful siege engines and extremely skilled foot soldiers allow the Romans to sever enemy defenses. Greece: lots of spear infantry, archers, cavalry, pikemen, and slingers. This combination of stalwart defensive units and strong ranged attackers makes Greek battle lines difficult to penetrate. Barbarians: an amalgamation of European tribes...

    Command an army of ancient warriors in a free-to-play, team-based strategy game. Step into the boots of Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, Hannibal and other legendary commanders in epic 10-vs-10 player battles where thousands of troops fight for victory across ancient battlefields. Recruit units torn from the pages of history such as phalanxes and legionnaires to painted berserkers and war elephants all hailing from four formidable factions—Rome, Greece, Barbarians, and Carthage—to claim victories that will echo through the ages.




    1. Rome: bursting with sword and javelin infantry, artillery, field artillery, and cavalry units. Powerful siege engines and extremely skilled foot soldiers allow the Romans to sever enemy defenses.

    2. Greece: lots of spear infantry, archers, cavalry, pikemen, and slingers. This combination of stalwart defensive units and strong ranged attackers makes Greek battle lines difficult to penetrate.

    3. Barbarians: an amalgamation of European tribes (including the Celts, the Germans, and the Dacians) with a wide selection of sword infantry, cavalry, archers, and war dogs. Barbarian units lack in organization but are fast and furious, and blend well with their terrain.

    4. Carthage: a balanced army with lots of unit types, including good swordsmen and spearmen, and excellent skirmisher cavalry. They’re the only faction to have access to extremely powerful war elephants.


    Commanders



    1. Rome

    2. Julius Caesar: inspires his troops and makes enemies quake in their sandals.

    3. Germanicus: a great heavy infantry commander, boosting his units’ attack and defense.

    4. Scipio Africanus: an offensive commander able to weaken enemies.

    5. Sulla: an expert infantry commander who can play a defensive or support role well.

    6. Greece

    7. Leonidas: the Spartan king is a strong defensive commander, lending his troops protection from missiles.

    8. Miltiades: has powerful attacking abilities, can support allies with flanking charges.

    9. Alexander the Great: a general geared towards offensive play.

    10. Cynane: the Illyrian princess is an excellent commander for ranged infantry.

    11. Barbarians

    12. Arminius: the Roman turncoat from Germany is a master of ambushes.

    13. Vercingetorix: the Gallic chief can make the ground under his enemies’ feet burn, and make his troops extra resilient.

    14. Boudica: the queen of the Britons is a fine offensive leader and a good spotter.

    15. Carthage

    16. Hannibal: a commander that makes his infantry and war elephants more mobile, and increases the damage they dish out.

    17. Hasdrubal: a solid support commander who strengthens his allies and weakens his foes, best used with cavalry.


    Unit types



    1. Melee infantry. Heavily armored infantry shines in close combat due to their powerful charge (when troops are sent towards the enemy for a direct frontal assault). Light infantry act as skirmishers, running ahead of the main battle lines and aggressively harassing the enemy. Thanks to their mobility, skirmishers are well suited for reconnaissance.

    2. Ranged infantry. A powerful weapon for attacking distant enemies. If handled properly, missile infantry can become an unrelenting force, inflicting heavy casualties and demoralizing enemy units even before they reach your main forces.

    3. Thanks to high mobility and improved visibility range, light cavalry are good spotters for allied artillery units, and great ambushers for enemy artillery and missile units. Medium cavalry exploits weak points, targeting exposed enemy flanks in formations and charging into the rear of enemy lines.

    4. A long range and an ability to inflict devastating damage, siege engines usually deploy at a safe distance from the main battlefield and work well with scout units.

    5. War dogs. Can be used as an ambushing unit, sent out to wait in long grass or forests and hide from the enemy, waiting for them to get within range and attack. War dogs are also a counter-defensive unit, most effective against pikemen and spearmen.

    6. War elephants. These are unlike any other unit: near invulnerable to charges, they cannot be flanked, and are able to stomp infantry with ease. However, they are rather slow, and vulnerable to armor-piercing weapons.


    Beginner tips



    1. Progression (unlocking more powerful units and more advanced commanders with experience points earned after battle) helps you learn the game. Take your time to explore all Factions and unit types, and create a playstyle that suits you.

    2. Unit types interact like a slightly more complex game of rock-paper-scissors. For example, cavalry is strong against ranged infantry and weak versus spearmen and pikemen, and ranged units are a scourge of heavy infantry.

    3. You don’t have to defeat all soldiers in a unit: break their morale, and they will run from the engagement so you can concentrate attacks on their allies.

    4. Unit positioning is extremely important: flanking and backstabbing attacks are much more devastating.

    5. Disengaging from melee combat incurs a hit to your unit’s morale, so weigh the positive and negative consequences.

    6. Commanders have very different abilities. Though your generals can only lead units of their own faction, combining both their and their troops’ strengths allows you to build a highly efficient specialized attack, defense, or support force—or a well-rounded army.

    7. Factions come in various flavors, emphasizing different unit types. Still, troops “non-typical” for a faction are often available as Premium units so you can create a unique force and mold your own playstyle.

    8. Use the landscape to your advantage: for example, forests and tall grass can obscure infantry and war dogs from enemy view, and some units move faster and/or fight better on specific terrain.

    9. Work with your teammates: covering vulnerable ally units, spearheading coordinated attacks, and providing spotting is essential for victory.

    Multiplayer: yes
    Platform: PC
    Publisher: Wargaming.net, Sega
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    Release Date: 22 February 2019
    System Requirements: Here
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