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'Rome: Total War' In iPad Version: Release Date, Price And Game Details Revealed!

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Behold, 'Rome: Total War' fans with iPads! The game will be out few days from now and this time it would get into the fit of your hands. Feral Interactive, the game's publisher for Mac OS X, made an announcement that 'Rome: Total War' would be out this Thursday, Nov. 10 in the most-anticipated Ipad version.

The game is not new to strategist gamers out there as this game has been a huge success from its launching dated back 2004 to players mostly in Europe, North Africa, and US.

Minimum System Requirements

The game's developer Creative Assembly set this PC Roman Empire- inspired game into MAC OS in 2010 but now it would be released in compatible iPads like the iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3 or the higher versions like the iPad Pro.

The game would require a 4GB free space for installation and a running iOS 9.3.5 or later versions of the Ipad devices.

The Ipad version of 'Rome: Total War' would exhibit a more active interface as players are now able to fully participate in a touch-screen experience. According to Apple Magazine, this complete modification would boost control in the artillery, cavalry, defense, and infantry.

It would also get the feel of a more manageable gameplay and other coolest features. As Feral promised on their official website, gamers will be able to experience the most exciting feature of a full 3D battlefield control in the comfort of a handy device.

Price and Features

Apparently, a battle always comes with a price. 'Rome: Total War' is out at $9.99 for a one-time charge and no in-app purchases.

The game features a Roman Empire theme dated in 270 BC experience. Players may choose a Roman Family and other factions can be accessed once unlocked.

Strategic skills on managing armies, real-time battles, commanding forces, creating infrastructures and even public order on taxes and population growth even made this gladiatorial-inspired game interesting for active players.

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