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 Total War: Arena announced - briefly
(hx) 05:51 PM EDT - Mar,28 2013
Total War: Arena, an upcoming free-to-play multiplayer-focused installment in The Creative Assembly's strategy game series, is in development, series lead designer James Russell announced during a GDC 2013 talk today. Russell revealed that the game will feature 10v10 battles, with each player controlling three units. Players will be able to both earn and purchase items in-game. He characterized Total War: Arena as a cross between a multiplayer online battle arena and a massively multiplayer online role-playing game. No release date was mentioned, but a closed beta test for the game will be made available in the coming months.

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Apathy Curve(09:56 AM EDT - Mar,29 2013 )
This is intriguing. They didn't specify which era it would be, so I'm hoping they'll have ALL of them available for online play: Japanese, Roman, medieval and Napoleonic. Especially the last one. The atmosphere and eye candy of the battles in Napoleon Total War was phenomenal. Perhaps even a U.S. Civil War addition...? Please?

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